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Champion Radish, 2021, Photograph

Ripe and ready produce growing in Reno-Tahoe.

March

Arugula, Asian greens, beets, carrots, chard, collard greens, kale, lettuce mixes, mizuna, mustard greens, parsley, radishes, spinach, and turnips

Note: In mid-March, start warm-season crop seedlings indoors.

April

Arugula, Asian greens, beets, carrots, chard, cilantro, collard greens, Daikon radishes, green onions, kale, leeks, lettuce mixes, mizuna, mustard greens, parsley, peas, spinach, and turnips

 

About the Artist: Christian Bennett
“The champion radish grows well in cooler weather; has a bright red, crisp, round shape; and is perfect for salads or garnishes. I chose this radish for my subject for its bright red color and earthy green leaves. I have a passion for beautiful produce, and these radishes make a perfect partner to a light romaine and blue cheese salad. Plus, it’s perfect for a dark and moody photo shoot.”

Originally from the northwest suburbs of Chicago, and after a seven-year stint in the San Diego area, Christian Bennett is a small business owner and artist in the Reno-Tahoe area. During the summertime, he can be found paddleboarding the area’s beautiful lakes and taking wedding photos through his business, Epics Photo Booth. Bennett also owns Reno Social Media, a company that helps small businesses in the Reno area with their social media, photography, and videography needs. He shares his passions for food photography, graphic design, and videography with the community while helping local businesses showcase their brands. Available for hire, he can be reached at Tahoe.bennett@gmail.com.

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