Daikon radishes have long been cultivated in Asia, where they are widely used for pickling, fermenting, relishes, stir-fries, salads, soups, and condiments. The tops are also edible and nutrient-rich. Johnny's was among the first American seed companies to offer the traditional, long white Asian daikon radish (Japanese for "big root"), and our selection today includes daikons with purple and green-shouldered roots, a range of shapes, lengths, and flavors, as well as maturity dates, for a wide harvest season. See our Specialty and Daikon Radish Planting Program for specifics.
Attractive purple roots with sweet flavor and good eating quality.
Sweet-flavored, attractive purple roots.
Half-long daikon, the most common type grown for kimchi in Korea.
Traditional fall harvest Daikon of the highest quality.
Traditional fall harvest daikon.
The choice Japanese-style variety for mid and late summer harvest.
For late summer and fall.
Uniform and delicious purple roots with good, sweet eating quality.
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New! Uniform and delicious purple roots.