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Raphanus sativus (Radish)

Raphanus sativus - Annual or biennial plant in the mustard family, grown for its large succulent taproot. Radishes are usually grown as annuals and are harvested before they flower. The lobed leaves form a basal rosette that emerges from the top of the root. Flower stalks usually appear in the first season, bearing white or lilac-veined flowersThe root shape of all varieties is either long and cylindrical or short and round. The cylindrical roots range from 6" to 2' long and are either tapered or blunt at the end. The round varieties are the size of a baseball. Family: Brassicaceae  

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Raphanus sativus (Radish)

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