5 Year Member
My dad transplanted some horseradish when I was young and I seem to remember that he let it re-establish itself for a year or two before he harvested any. It has been a long time since then so my memory might be a little fuzzy and he may have just been extra cautious with it also.You know the saying "Don't count your chickens before they're hatched?" Well, let me grow some horeseradish and see how it turns out before I get anyone's hopes up as far as what it will be like. I was given a horseradish plant late last summer, so I planted it, and instead of harvesting it, I split the root 5 ways to plant 5 new ones for this year. They're growing and looking healthy, but it's still all questions and no answers.
If it turns out okay, we'll figure out a way to get you some.