Anybody want to eat some radishes?



I’ve been growing radishes by seed since January, and now I am eating them every day. With the weather getting warmer, they are growing faster and faster. Does anybody in Tokyo want some radishes?

Up-potting radish seedlings, with some thyme on the corners


I took advantage of a warm winter day to up-pot the radishes into a one big rectangular pot. The larger plants on the ends are two types of thyme. Despite the cold temperatures, they’re growing a little every day.

Thinning radishes and turning roots and leaves into lunch salad



My balcony winter crop is radishes and snap peas, planted by seed. My Tokyo farmer friend Joan advised me to plant densely, and eat my way through the thinning process. The leaves are surprisingly tasty, as are the mini-red radishes.