When I bought Raphanus Sativus seeds I just knew that I was getting myself a quality Sativus. After growing up on the original bulk Raphanus Sativus from my first harvest I had learned to be more selective about what I purchased. Although the seed was a quality Sativus I was able to kill most of the berries off by hand by going to the local garden supply store. The seed was fresh and I got my berries in three days flat. This was much faster than the time it took at my seed store.
My first batch of Raphanus seeds was harvested a week later. I placed them in a Tupperware container with some peat moss and a few rocks and let them soak for three days. Then I ground them up in my blender, poured them into my mortar and pestle and started grinding them up. This was a lot tougher than the seeds I got at the garden store, but I grinded them up anyways to get started on my bulk purchase. When the bulk buy came in I could pick and choose which varieties I wanted to grow.
When the bulk raphanus seeds arrived they were in nice little bitty bags. I didn't have any clue what to do with them other than put them in the compost pile. When I went to sell my seeds I only had a few buyers, but they all said that they would definitely be back for more. Because of the wonderful comments people gave me about my bulk purchase, I know that I did good by my bulk raphanus seeds.
If you have never grown your own herbs before then I encourage you to go out and get started. First I would suggest that you go to your local nursery and get seeds or go online and get some herbs to grow in pots. The great thing about growing herbs in pots is that it's pretty easy to keep track of the plants health after it's been planted. Plus you don't have to worry about getting all of those tiny little seeds from different locations.
After I got all of my bulk raphanus seeds I just went crazy with growing them. I grew a bunch of them in three different pots. Then I cut up some of the smaller pieces and put those in my food storage. The nice thing about having all of my herbs in one container like this is that I can use it for all of the different kinds of spices that I make.
With the bulk raphanus seeds I've been able to do a whole bunch of different things. For starters I mixed the wet and dry sown raphus seeds. Because I'm always changing recipes, it's really convenient to have all of the different types of spices at my fingertips. Plus I've been able to mix up the proportions of each flavor so that I don't end up overpowering any of my meals. This way I can come up with new dishes with each kind of bulk raphanus seed I get.
There are a couple of other ways that you can take advantage of bulk raphanus seeds. The first is that I roast the smaller pieces of grass daily to use in soups and stews. The second is that I've been using the grass to make compost. All of the grass that I've gotten has always sent me home with a few bags or boxes of compost ready to go. It also makes a good soil conditioner when I have a garden.
If you ever have the chance to buy bulk raphanus seeds then by all means do it. Not only will you be able to save money, you'll also be helping the environment out a little bit as well. But if you've never tried this type of grass before then it might be a good idea to start off small and see how your grow. The longer you grow it in your garden the more different varieties you'll encounter.