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  • madkat

    Oh wow! I just noticed little pods on my radishes that I was too busy/lazy to pull out, and yours was the first post to pop up on my search. Good to know that I’ll get something interesting to enjoy from being lazy!

  • Lori

    Wow, I have been growing gardens and working in relatives fields (farming) forever, never saw the pods on the radishes til this year. Read 3 different web sites (this was the first to post a comment) ran right out to the garden and tasted the cute little green pods and yummy!!!!! At first I was a bit scared as I know many things are not edible when they turn to seed. The “tuber”/root parts of my radishes this year are not doing good, very grainy and really tough, so I did a search. VERY glad I did. Colorado is not getting enough water and the air is really dry this year. We are watering like mad, still not the garden I am used to and I ALWAYS grow many really heathy plants, we are running short this year. Thanks for the comments on the pods. I will share the top layer of my radish plants with my family since the earthen parts are not doing so well. God bless.

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