From April to July seeds should be sown and when the seedlings are 2.5cm tall, thin them until there’s one seedling left per station. Harvest by pulling up alternate plants once they’re the size of a golf ball, leaving the remainder to mature, then harvest when they are cricket ball sized.
Radishes can be grown in a garden of every size, ready to harvest in only 4 weeks and add to your salad for a little spicy kick. Sown thinly little and often between February and August, keeping the soil moist to ensure rapid growth. Harvest when young to ensure the radishes remain succulent, otherwise they will become woody and inedible.