When it comes to growing radishes, they are the easiest vegetable to grow, but for some people there are still things that they are unsure of.
New gardeners need to start out with radishes because as soon as you plant them, in a few days they will start sprouting. Radishes are fully matured in 21 days. That’s how fast they grow.
New gardeners want to know what the secret of growing radishes in the garden is. The first thing you need to decide is if you want spring or winter radishes. Most people don’t want to mess with a garden in the winter since they have to go out in the cold to tend to the radishes.
The one thing you will need to know is that radishes need to be planted when the weather is cool, so that when you harvest them, they will be crispy with a mild flavor.
1. Pick an area in the yard that has plenty of suns.
The area should get at least six hours of sun. Radishes need the sun, but not too much heat. When the weather gets too hot, the radishes won’t do too well. It would be a good idea to plant the radishes out in the open. That way the sun could bear down on them all of the time.
If you live in an area where there are a lot of trees, find a place where there aren’t too many trees blocking the sun. The radishes won’t bloom as fast because they aren’t getting enough sun. For instance, if most of the sun goes to the front part of your house, you may have to consider planting them there.
It would be best to try to find a spot on the side of the house instead of directly in front of the house.