What’s In the Garden Now — Radishes

Wakulla Master Gardener Dan Dobbins hold some of this year’s radish crop grown in the UF/IFAS Wakulla demonstration garden. Master Gardeners use the garden to learn more about crops and provide an example for area residents.

Wakulla Master Gardener Dan Dobbins hold some of this year’s radish crop grown in the UF/IFAS Wakulla demonstration garden. Master Gardeners use the garden to learn more about crops and provide an example for area residents.

By Les Harrison, UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Director and Shelley Swenson, UF/IFAS Wakulla County Family and Consumer Sciences Agent

As the old saying goes, April showers will bring May flowers, but there is much more to April.
While many Wakulla County residents are tending their spring gardens, some are still harvesting the crops planted earlier.

Collards, turnips and onions are all ready to come out of the garden now. These full season crops were planted last fall and have handled the past winter with little to no effort.

One garden favorite was planted in late winter and is now producing a popular, healthy vegetable option for a variety of taste. Radishes are a short season crop with a selection of cultivars to please almost every taste. Read the full article here!

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