A relatively rare radish from the 1880s. Roots are oblong, of a pure white color, very brittle, and of a mild flavor. For summer and fall use this variety will be found very desirable. This is a winter type radish, meaning it can be stored over the winter like beets and turnips. 1/4-1/2 tsp per packet.



Grown for us by Chris Wallen.

White Strasburg Radish


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