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One of my new gardening "finds" this season has been rat-tailed radishes. While they've been around for a long time, I've never come across them before. 
You don't eat the roots of these radishes; you let them turn into little shrubs and eat the sweet, juicy seed pods, which have a distinctive radish flavour. A brilliant crop for mid-summer when so many plants want to bolt to seed anyway.
See my article on Stuff.
I bought my rat-tailed radish seed at Kings Seeds this season, but will save some seed from this seasons crop to plant again next season.

 


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