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This refreshingly flavorful root is often used as a condiment with roast beef and oysters as well as many other uses. Although the root is a perennial it is often grown as an annual, planting new roots each year and harvesting late fall or early spring. This annual system produces tender creamy white carrot shaped roots.

Hardiness Zone: 4 - 9 


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A flavorful root often used as a condiment. Although the root is perennial it can be grown as an annual plant. Planting new roots each year and harvesting late fall or early spring. 

Be careful to sort out any older tougher roots. To prepare horseradish for use as a condiment, select tender creamy white roots, wash, peel and grate. Add some white vinegar, store in a tightly sealed container and refrigerate. Washed roots can be stored in a plastic bag in the refrigerator. Horseradish will give you cooking a refreshing splash of flavor. 

Fruit  Planting Distance *1 Planting Distance *1 Interval from Planting to Fruiting Full Production Life of Plants Height of Mature Plants Est. Annual Yield
  Between Rows (ft) Between Plants (ft) Years Years Years Feet  Per Plant
Horseradish N/A 18"-24" 1 1 Variable 3 Variable 

(1) = Minimum suggested spacing. 

It can be successfully grown in almost any soil type except light sand or heavy clay. 

Horseradish should be planted in early spring. Plant the roots horizontally and cover with approximately 1" of soil .Roots should be placed in rows convenient for your equipment and spaced 18 to 24 inches apart down the row. If the annual system of production is preferred, dig only the large vertical roots in the fall or early spring, leaving the lateral roots in place for production the next season's crop. 

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