2. Use a small space for planting radishes.
They grow so fast, there is no need to have rows and rows of them. They will continue to grow and if you don’t eat radishes that often, you will be stuck with bunches of them.
Most gardeners will plant other vegetables along with radishes, especially vegetables that are slow-growing, such as carrots. Once the carrots need space, the radishes will be done. You could use the space that the radishes were in for the carrots. On the other hand, you can continue to grow the radishes and sell them for a profit.
If you have a child who want to start gardening, growing radishes is a good idea since it doesn’t need that much space. They can have their own little area in the yard to grow their radishes. Once they are ready to be picked, the child can pick them out on his or her own.