Radish Seeds - Korean - Bora King - Hybrid


60 days to maturity. Raphanus sativus. Bora King Hybrid Korean Radish Seeds. Cool season annual. Bora King radishes live up to their royal name by being a gorgeous purple all the way through! Its bright green tops contrast beautifully with the roots, and they’re both edible and delicious. Slow to bolt, open pollinated, and easy to grow, Bora King radishes are a truly unique variety that you won’t regret trying. Buy some today and wow your friends with some delicious, visually stunning dishes this fall. Approximately 4,500 seeds / oz.


Radish Seeds - Korean - Bora King - Hybrid

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Other Common Names: Daikon, Korean radish

How to Grow Bora King Korean Radishes

Choose a location in your garden with full sun and good drainage. Sow seeds in bands 18 to 24 inches apart, and thin seedlings four to six inches apart once they have grown. Keep consistently moist. Fertilize as needed.

Harvesting Bora King Radishes

After about 60 days or when radishes begin to show their shoulders above the soil, harvest them by gripping the base firmly and pulling straight upwards. If the radishes are difficult to pull, try loosening the soil around the plants with a shovel. Try to avoid ripping the leaves, because they are also edible! If you struggle with this, try cutting the leaves at the base to harvest, and then dig up the radishes separately.

Culinary Tips

There are so many great uses for Bora King radishes! Try pickling them to make a delicious garnish for soups or salads. Slice and eat fresh, or find traditional Korean recipes online. If you like spicy food, try musaengchae! It’s a radish salad that makes a great side.

Tips From Our Gardeners

"If you want your radishes to grow big, colorful, and tasty, follow these 3 simple tips! Loosen the soil before you plant, water consistently, and feed your plants. This will give them the space and resources they need to live up to their full potential."

- Katie Robinson, True Leaf Market Writer & Horticulture Student

Seeds Per Package:

  • 1 g packet - Approximately 150 Seeds
  • 1 oz - Approximately 4,500 Seeds
  • 4 oz - Approximately 18,000 Seeds
  • 1 lb - Approximately 72,000 Seeds

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