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Buy kazazz shopping viagra Anybody can grow radishes! It’s not to late for you to grow them too. Buy kazazz shopping viagra While it’s a bit hot to start radishes here in Maryland right now (they’ll bolt — flower before forming good roots) I used to start radishes in Michigan in June. Buy kazazz shopping viagra And anybody can wait until late summer to start radishes that will grow in the cooler autumn weather. Buy kazazz shopping viagra

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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.