Fall Radish





These radishes were harvested on November 8th in the Fraser Valley BC and were planted at the beginning of October.   They look good but the fall growing season, with its short hours of daylight and cooler weather, made them bitter by the time they were ready to eat. I planted them as an experiment to see what fall radishes would be like but they were not successful. However, since other parts of Canada are blanketed in snow, it was an accomplishment to harvest them so late in the season.


About Linda C Butler

I write pioneer stories from the Herb Lake Ghost Town. Please do not re-blog this material or re-publish without my permission.
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