Radish White Icicle
White Icicles are a white, long variety of radish that grows to between 10 and 15 cm. They look like a long white radish but taste like round red radishes. White Icicles are significantly milder and not as peppery as some radish varieties.
Radish White Icicle – Fresh from Pfalzmarkt
Cultivation & harvest
Radish White Icicles are grown in medium to light soils. The soil for this should be deep, loose and humus, and sandy-loamy. Furthermore, it should be noted that the icicles are regularly supplied with water. Irregular supply causes a furry and pungent taste.
Radish White Icicles must be peeled and can then be used as a raw vegetable or as an ingredient in salads. Moreover, the still quite mild icicles can also be used as decoration for cold cuts or cheese platters.
Radish icicles are best processed as fresh as possible after purchase. In the vegetable compartment of the refrigerator, the icicles can be stored for up to four days.