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Location: Manitowoc WI USA Zone 5
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Can't wait to plant these around my hugelkulturs next year.

 
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I planted german giant radishes this year and they were incredible! very large and not pithy. They were a hit at the farmers market.

But with all my radishes, when I planted more around Aug. 1 they didnt do well. Maybe because Im in zone three.. its almost like they required the waxing sun instead of the waning sun.
 
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