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Radish Cherry Belle

Radish Cherry Belle

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You will get 1 gram seeds of Radish Cherry Belle for planting.

Radish Cherry Belle is a popular variety of radish that produces small, round, bright red fruits. This variety is highly sought after for its sweet flavor and crunchy texture. Radish Cherry Belle is easy to grow from seed and can be planted in early spring or late fall.

Latin Name: Raphanus sativus

Planting Depth: Plant the seeds 1/2 inch deep in the soil.

Soil Requirements: Radish Cherry Belle prefers well-drained, loamy soil with a pH between 6.0 and 6.8.

Light Requirements: Full sun to partial shade.

How To Grow From Seed:
•Gather your supplies: Radish Cherry Belle seeds, potting soil, containers or garden bed, water, and fertilizer (optional).
•Fill the container or garden bed with potting soil and make sure it is free of weeds.
•Sprinkle the seeds over the surface of the soil, spacing them about 1 inch apart.
•Cover the seeds with 1/2 inch of potting soil and press down lightly to ensure good contact between the seed and soil.
•Water the soil until it is moist but not soggy.
•Place the container or garden bed in an area that receives full sun to partial shade.
•If desired, add a light layer of fertilizer to promote growth.
•Keep the soil moist by watering regularly and thinning out any overcrowded plants as needed.
•Harvest when the radishes are bright red and approximately 1 inch in diameter.

Maintaining Radish Cherry Belle:
•Weed regularly to prevent competition for nutrients and water.
•Fertilize every few weeks during active growth periods with a balanced fertilizer such as 10-10-10 or equivalent organic fertilizer.
•Water deeply but infrequently to encourage deep root growth and drought tolerance. Do not overwater as this can lead to root rot and other diseases.
•Harvest regularly to keep plants producing new fruits throughout the growing season.

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