Definition of Radishes
1. Noun. (plural of radish) ¹
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Definition of Radishes
1. radish [n] - See also: radish
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Literary usage of Radishes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1916)
"Varieties may be classified as spring, summer, and winter radishes; or as globular, half-long, and long radishes; or as red, white, gray, and black radishes ..."
2. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1902)
"In order that radishes may be of tile best quality, they should have made a ... radishes fit for the table may he had in three to six weeks from the sowing ..."
3. The Forcing Book: A Manual of the Cultivation of Vegetables in Glass Houses by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1897)
"As already stated, the long radishes are not so satisfactory for forcing as the ... It must also be borne in mind that varieties of radishes, as of most ..."
4. The California Vegetables in Garden and Field: A Manual of Practice, with by Edward James Wickson (1913)
"It takes some gardening skill therefore to produce good radishes in winter ... The best soil for radishes is a rich, sandy loam, though any good garden soil ..."
5. Garden Steps: A Manual for the Amateur in Vegetable Gardening by Ernest Cobb (1917)
"radishes are so easy to grow that even this man might have succeeded. ... THREE GENERAL GROUPS radishes are divided into three general groups : spring ..."
6. Garden Farming by Lee Cleveland Corbett (1913)
"radishes The spring radish is a universal favorite. When it is well grown it possesses a crispness of flesh and a sprightliness of flavor which are most ..."
7. Greenhouse Management: A Manual for Florists and Flower Lovers on the by Levi Rawson Taft (1898)
"radishes, CARROTS, BEETS AND BEANS. FORCING radishes. One of the first vegetables to be forced was the radish, and although it has perhaps held its own, ..."