A unique, black-skinned radish with globe-shaped roots up to 2-1/2 inches in diameter, crisp hot white flesh which last well after picking. The variety can be sown from early spring, but crop well into the winter if sown in Jul-Aug. Ideal for salads, stir fry and cooking. 50 days.
Sow sparingly often and little from the last frost until winter for a continuous crop all summer.
These will harvest well into winter from a late autumn sowing.