Red Crown radish has an eye-appealing rich red color, refined taproots and great uniformity to its roots. The roots are oblate in shape and have a thick skin and bright white interiors. Red Crown has shown good tolerance to pithiness and internal bleeding. Its tops are strongly attached and short in height. Top height remains manageable during the summer heat, making Red Crown an ideal candidate for summer bunching. Intermediate resistance to Fusarium and Downy Mildew.