But space was limited and they all got Darwinian amongst themselves and this guy turned out the victor. I thought he was a goner at one stage as the aphids took a very strong liking to him.
But I like pyrethrum on occasions (when necessary) and the aphids didn't so Ravishing Radish was safe for another day. I thought he would be like my beets and some of the carrots, a good guy for green foliage but less effective in the growing of a root part. He surprised me and it looks like he will be a fair size for such a small pot.
Question is what do I do with him? I am thinking as part of a tuna sashimi platter ... and will the two black radishes I planted in his place thrive?