5g (Approx. 460 to 470 seeds)
The largest early radish produces 1 ½ to 2 inch globe shaped roots that are deep-crimson in color with solid, crisp, mild, white flesh in only 28 days from planting in Alaska. The open pollinated, vigorous, heat resistant plants will produce apple sized roots if given room but stay tender, sweet and always solid, never pithy. Thrives in cool weather. Midseason.