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Just days away from the frost threat in Zone 5, cold tolerance is a must when sowing seed outside. The days of hydroponics are replace with the rough and rain days of April. This is when magic really happens in the garden. So as we turn the corner to warmer days the weather man insist that we might have a few cold nights ahead. Go ahead and sow outdoors but be prepare to float fabric above those germinating Easter Egg Radish, this root vegetable is related to the turnip and horseradish family, with a crisp texture and a peppery hot flavor. Mix it in with it's companion plant the Gold King Carrot to maximize your harvest. To savory "white icicle" radish with a bit to remind us of winter and the sweetness of summer.

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