Do radishes have seeds?
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In respect to this, where are the seeds in a radish?
Radish pods are simply the seed pods of a radish plant that has been allowed to flower and then go to seed. There are actually some varieties of radish, such as 'Rattail,' that are specifically planted for cultivation of the seed pods, although all radish varieties form edible seed pods.
Also Know, do radishes flower? It's true, once the radishes begin to flower all the stored energy in the root will be used up to produce flowers and seeds. Radishes can bolt (develop flowers) when they are left in the ground too long or if the weather gets too hot. You can try planting your radishes again.
Likewise, people ask, how many radishes do you get from a seed?
Radish seed facts: seed packets usually contain 250 to 500 seeds apiece. A ½ ounce of seed is enough to produce a 100 foot long row of mature radishes. Radish seed can stay viable for up to four years if kept in cool, dark conditions. And usually 75 percent of seeds in a packet will germinate.
Why do radishes go to seed?
If radishes are planted too late in spring or too early for fall, the warmer temps and longer days of summer will inevitably lead to bolting. While you can cut a radish flower, radishes that have bolted will have a more bitter, undesirable flavor and tend to be woodier in nature.