Watermelon Radish are heirloom diakons from Asia where it is called Shinrimei. Despite its name, it doesn't actually taste like a watermelon, instead it contains a green outer layer and pink flesh that makes it resemble one. Larger than most radishes, they can range between the size of a golf ball and up to the size of a softball. Their flavor is mild with a slight sweet, peppery taste. Perfect for cooking, pickling, roasting or serving mashed like potatoes. 

Radish, Watermelon (Shinrimei)

    • Roots grow to 2-4 inches
    • White to light green skin, pink and white flesh
    • Sweet and crisp peppery flavor
    • Perfect for fall/winter and spring
    • 50-60 days
    • 200 Seeds Min


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