countrygirl3263April 18, 2013

Although I have never grown it, I couldn't resist a pack of four raddichio plants today at the garden center. I assume I will be able to harvest some outer leaves this spring and summer to spice up some salads, and then it sounds like they might form heads in the fall. My question is what spacing you would suggest for this planting in a SFG? And if I am incorrect in my other assumptions, will appreciate any insights those more experienced might be able to offer.


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mistigardens(TX 7/8)

I hope someone answers you, as I would like to know also!
Good luck.

    Bookmark   April 20, 2013 at 1:52PM
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I guess you and I are the only people in the world planting Raddichio in a SFG! In the absence of any replies, I am planning to go with one plant per square. Good luck to you also!

    Bookmark   April 21, 2013 at 10:24AM
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