Daikon Radish

5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)


An asian favorite for pickling but also amazing eaten fresh! This radish buries deep in the ground to loosen, and amend the soil texture without tilling. Grow these in the early spring or fall for a bountiful crop. Roots grow 5-8 inches long and some can get even larger.

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Weight.05 oz

3 reviews for Daikon Radish

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    We grew these late summer into fall and got a great result. Be sure your soil is nice and loamy not compacted for best growth. We’ve chopped some up for stirfry and picked most of them with carrots. Can’t wait to grow more!

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    These are a fall crop for me in SW Virginia, because our springs have heat waves that cause them to bolt. I absolutely love daikons, and often use them as potato substitute. I especially love to shred them up for hashbrown casserole! Just be sure to squeeze out the excess water content.

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    My favorite radish. The flavor is amazing. If you only ate daikon from the super market it is not the same, the difference in flavor is night and day. I chop it into chunks, mix it in a bowl with olive oil, parsley/cilantro, salt, and cayenne pepper, then oven bake it.

    Unlike other radishes, daikon have a long growing season and require about 60 days for a good size harvest. It is a big plant in term of radish, I personally sow the seeds at least one foot apart. Since it have so much leaf mass it’s good to reuse the leaves for making compost or as mulching. I’ve grown it in Florida so it can tolerate the heat with adequate watering, but with more sun it will be spicier.

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