Radishes are a common garden crop in the U.S., and the fast harvest cycle makes them a popular choice for children’s gardens. In temperate climates, it’s customary to plant radishes every two weeks from early spring until a few weeks before the first frost, except during periods of hot weather. Radishes may be used in salads, as well as in many European dishes. Radish leaves are sometimes used in recipes, like potato soup or as a sautéed side dish. They are also found to benefit homemade juices; some recipes even calling for them in fruit based mixtures.

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