Add some zing to your dinner with homegrown Horseradish !
Horseradish can be grown in the garden or if you want a more contained control plant in pots. The plants are quite prolific and may need some roots digging out to control their spread.
Select a sunny or partially shaded location where the plants can stay undisturbed. Plant 2 inches (5cm) below the surface of the soil at a 45 degree angle so that the roots do not get tangled as they grow. Water during dry periods. The plants are best left for the first year to mature before harvesting. Harvest in Autumn.
2 thongs per pack.
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