Growing Radishes With Limited Space
Growing radishes is fairly easy, specially in the summer and fall months. You can grow them in a garden bed, a container or pretty much anywhere as long as they get full sun and are watered often.
I often times plant radishes along the edges of a garden bed, but since I didn’t have much space left– I planted them in a circle this time. I do the same for other vegetables like scallions.
Don’t love radishes? Here are a few reasons you may start to love them
Radishes are a good source of Iodine, and serve the same purpose as dandelion root; to help detox the liver. As an added bonus it protects your DNA from radiation. I love to juice radishes, add them to salads and eat them raw with a dash a Himalayan salt. Additionally, radishes have a decent amount of iodine to help the thyroid do its job, detox the liver, and mainly prevent breast cancer. (Studies confirm that a lack of iodine, Vitamin D and other factors play a role in breast cancer development)
As always thanks for reading and sharing my posts. I’d love to hear in the comments below your thoughts on radishes and ways of enjoying them.
What’s your verdict on radishes? What is your favorite way of enjoying radishes?
To your best health,
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