Radishes are a popular choice for home gardens, as they are easy to grow and mature quickly. Breakfast radishes are a type of radish that is typically harvested sooner than other varieties.
As a result, breakfast radishes tend to be smaller and milder in flavor than other types of radishes. When growing breakfast radishes, it is important to choose a variety that is well-suited to your climate. Radishes should then be sown directly into the soil, as they do not transplant well.
After sowing the seeds, be sure to keep the soil moist but not waterlogged. When the radishes are ready to harvest, you will know by their size and color.
Breakfast radishes can be eaten raw or cooked. Nutrients: Radishes are an excellent source of vitamins C and B6, as well as potassium and manganese. They also contain fiber, Folates, Copper, Calcium, Riboflavin, and magnesium.