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Radicchio grows in zones 4-10. Sow radicchio seeds directly into your garden starting in the early spring 2-3 weeks before the final frost of the season. Sow in late summer for a fall harvest. Radicchio grows best when the weather is chilly outside, so it’s an ideal spring and fall crop.What is radicchio and how do you eat it?
Radicchio might be best known as an addition to salads. You can eat the entire head, but some people prefer the center of the plant over the outer leaves. I like to use the outer leaves for things like pizza and soup, and the inner leaves, which are more tender, for salads and raw eating. Radicchio can be eaten raw or cooked.What is radicchio Rossa di Treviso?
Radicchio Rossa di Treviso. The classic Italian Radicchio. Upright with red and white striped leaves with large pure white stems. 90-100 days depending on weather. Best for fall planting if you want mature heads. Often need to be 'forced'. Plant anytime for baby leaves for salad. Use in salads or cook as a vegetable. 10 gram packet.Does radicchio need to be blanched?
This type needs to be blanched for the best flavor. Radicchio grows in zones 4-10. Sow radicchio seeds directly into your garden starting in the early spring 2-3 weeks before the final frost of the season. Sow in late summer for a fall harvest.