This year, I dumped a whole bunch of seeds of three types into the front cottage garden. Even with the wet, cool May, there are still lots of plants, but very few radishes. The white daikons produced nothing but long thin roots. The Cherry Belles were not ringing. But I got something out or this batch of seeds.
These were French Breakfast -- an heirloom. Radishes for breakfast? Really? These will go into a pasta salad.
For The Record:
Light well-drained soil with a few organic amendments
A few bugs nibbling at the leaves - probably flea beetles
Blooming: phlox, coreopsis, geranium, merigold, tradescantia