A picture of a Radish 'Diana'

Radish 'Diana'

Raphanus raphanistrum ssp. sativus 'Diana'

Full Sun
Easy care
Moderate watering
Frost Hardy

7a

USDA zone

-18°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

15cm

Max

10cm

50cm

Min

5cm

25 days to reach maturity

Flowering

Radish 'Diana' Overview

Radish 'Diana' produces round purple, fading to white roots. They can be ready to harvest within 25 days and can be sown from March through until September.

Common problems with Radish 'Diana'

How to harvest Radish 'Diana'

Harvest 3-5 weeks after sowing. Pick radishes any time after the tuber has developed but they will be larger if left in the ground. The tuber should be visible through the soil or you can brush some of the soil from the radish top to check the tuber.

How to propagate Radish 'Diana'

Seed

Sow seeds in early spring to early summer, and again from late summer, 12-15 cm apart and 10-15 mm deep. Germination takes 4-10 days. continue sowing every second week to have continuous supply.

Special features of Radish 'Diana'

Crop rotation

Do not plant rootcrops or cabbage family in the same spot, alternate with legume family or light feeders like salads first.

Pot plant

They can be grown in pots in a light potting mix. Provide the wide pot at lease 10 deep.

Other uses of Radish 'Diana'

Medicinal

Vitamin C and other minerals.

Edible

The crunchy taproots are edible with a sweetly spicy flavour. They are great sliced or grated in salads and make beautiful garnishes.