Root Crops

Beets

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Sweet and earthy, we love our beets.  With several varieties available, we've got just the right one for you!

Radishes

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We offer many varieties of these spicy little treats, including Easter Egg, Ostergruss, and Shunkyo.

Turnips

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Sweet, crisp, a little spicy...  We offer some of the best varieties including Hakurei and Hinona Kabu.  You won't regret giving these guys a try.

Daikon Radish

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By far, our largest and longest radish.  Daikon are famous for their inclusion in soups, ferments, and are used throughout many cuisines across the globe.

Black Radish

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Bigger, bolder, and spicier than it's smaller cousins, a black radish can be an interesting treat, especially if you enjoy a radish's spice.  The skin is tough, so they're usually served peeled.  Some people prefer to roast or pan fry them for a milder taste and softer texture.  

Watermelon Radish

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Watermelon Radish is a variety of Daikon Radish which are globelike, instead of long.  They aren't nearly as large as our white Daikons, but still much bigger than a typical radish.  They are mild, a little peppery, and sweet.  They are called watermelon radish because of their pink-magenta centers and white-green exteriors.