Well, I can always hope, right?
While a bit on the small side, here are The Good.
Then we have The Bad.
And we have The Ugly.
I have read that uneven watering and being left in the ground for too long can cause radish cracking. I've also read that under- or non-development of roots may be caused by overcrowding, temperatures being too hot or soil deficiencies. But I'm still puzzled because all these radishes were grown in the same part of the garden sufficiently/evenly spaced away from each other. Whatever water/light/soil nutrition these radishes might have been lacking, they all got exactly the same treatment, yet some fared much better than the others.
Oh well, I guess it's just another proof that vegetable gardening is anything but predictable.
I am happy to report that whatever problems the radish roots were having didn't affect the green tops at all. They all grew beautifully and were rather delicious tossed into some soup. It was my first time eating full grown radish greens, but I'm sure it won't be the last time.