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Red radish is grown mainly for its root; a small, scarlet globe with a crisp and peppery, translucent, white flesh. Their roots range in diameter from 3 to 8 centimeters. The radish produces green leaves that grow from the root above ground, which are also edible. Red radish have the texture of watercress and a bit of its flavor, but with a great mustardy bite as well.
Red radishes are available year-round.
Red radishes, also known as table radishes, are a popular cultivar of Raphanus sativus and a member of the Brassicaceae family. There are literally dozens of varieties of this cruciferous root vegetable, including annuals with crispy round and elongated taproots in a variety of hues. Some of the most popular varieties include cherry belle, crimson giant, and scarlet globe.