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Rambo Radish Seeds, 200 Heirloom Seeds Per Packet, Non GMO Seeds

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Raphanus sativus "Rambo"

A popular choice for microgreens, Rambo radishes are deep purple, mildly spicy, crunchy, and look fabulous in a salad.

Type: Annual
Sun: Full
Planting Depth: Broadcast
Spacing: Broadcast
Water: Low
Days to Maturity/Bloom: 10-15 days
Height: 1-3”
Zones: 3-12

Planting Instructions
Type: Annual
Sun: Full
Planting Depth: Broadcast
Spacing: Broadcast
Water: Low
Days to Maturity/Bloom: 10-15 days
Height: 1-3”
Zones: 3-12

Approx seeds per order 200 

Microgreens are best grown inside in a warm location where they will get plenty of light but not direct sunlight. Direct sunlight can burn the tender leaves. Grow them in trays and harvest as desired.

Use a rich, organic potting soil. Broadcast the seeds over the soil and then press them in lightly. Do not bury them. Water every day so soil is moist without being soggy or drenched.

Once the seedlings sprout and have their first true set of leaves, they can be harvested. Harvest anytime after they reach 1” in height. Use scissors or a sharp knife to cut them without causing damage.

Plant successive trays so there are always microgreens ready for the salad bowl.

USDA Zone Map

Raphanus sativus "Rambo"

A popular choice for microgreens, Rambo radishes are deep purple, mildly spicy, crunchy, and look fabulous in a salad.

Type: Annual
Sun: Full
Planting Depth: Broadcast
Spacing: Broadcast
Water: Low
Days to Maturity/Bloom: 10-15 days
Height: 1-3”
Zones: 3-12

Planting Instructions
Type: Annual
Sun: Full
Planting Depth: Broadcast
Spacing: Broadcast
Water: Low
Days to Maturity/Bloom: 10-15 days
Height: 1-3”
Zones: 3-12

Approx seeds per order 200 

Microgreens are best grown inside in a warm location where they will get plenty of light but not direct sunlight. Direct sunlight can burn the tender leaves. Grow them in trays and harvest as desired.

Use a rich, organic potting soil. Broadcast the seeds over the soil and then press them in lightly. Do not bury them. Water every day so soil is moist without being soggy or drenched.

Once the seedlings sprout and have their first true set of leaves, they can be harvested. Harvest anytime after they reach 1” in height. Use scissors or a sharp knife to cut them without causing damage.

Plant successive trays so there are always microgreens ready for the salad bowl.

USDA Zone Map