This product is sold by weight, so you may receive one large root, or several small ones, depending on harvest. You may cut the root into several large chunks for planting purposes, no problem!
Unbeatable, scintillating flavor. Once this plant is established, it will produce huge yields of fresh horseradish that will spice up a wide range of dishes. And it’s a perennial, so you can plan on bigger and better crops every year. Can harvest in early spring as soon as the crown turns green, but the roots keep well for months and can be harvested until about late fall. Cold-hardy. Self-pollinating.
Well Drained Soil
Can be invasive, so may want to be careful where you plant this. Many people recommend planting it in a large container buried in the soil with the bottom cut out (the Roots get long).
These roots are not pretty, but they sure get the job done, very east to grow, and quick to multiply!
To use in cooking, you must grate the root for the cells to break down and create their spicy flavor. After grating, it must be stored in some type of vinegar or preserver, or the grated root will turn dark. The young greens can also add a kick to your salad. You can still plant this now, it is not too late in the year, but it is also really good for fall planting, to get it started for next year’s garden.
Available in several different amounts to suit your needs!
Horseradish Root for Sale!
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