Horseradish Plants

Planting Horseradish

Anonymous added on August 13, 2011 | Answered

I have just received horseradish root clippings from my recently deceased Polish great uncle. I have come to learn that he took great pride in his horseradish. I would like to continue this tradition. The web site says to plant it in the spring. Should I store the root clippings (that just got shipped to me in NC from Vienna, VA) or plant now, and how? I just want to make sure this goes as well as possible since his family and I really hope I can keep this/his tradition alive after his passing.

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Answered on August 14, 2011

This article will help with growing horseradish plants:

Horseradish can be easily stored for long periods, provided adequate cooler space is available, such as cool cellars or in deep outdoor pits or trenches.

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