Brassica rapa Japonica group
Item #V-2312 | 500 Seeds |
A staple item for salad mix or use as a bunched green. Deeply serrated medium-dark green leaves on long white pencil- thin stalks. Vigorous and prolific for extended harvests. Slow to bolt; cold tolerant. Mild mustard flavor.
This is a very popular category for vegetables that was fairly non-existent 20 years ago. As consumer food preferences have evolved, so have the interest in leafy green varieties for salad mixes. This early maturing Japanese mustard, also known as kyona, has long slender stems and dark green, serrated leaves. Both cold and heat tolerant and slow to bolt, it is a vigorous green that branches prolifically. Suitable for harvesting at any stage, microgreens to mature plants. Cut-and-grow-again methods apply to this vegetable. Mizuna has become very popular as a salad green and is also delicious cooked. 500 seeds per package.
Vegetable Garden – Tips on Growing Mizuna (Mustard) Greens From Seed
|70-75 Days for Leaf Harvest |
This is a staple item for salad mix or can be used as a bunched green. Deeply serrated medium-dark green leaves on long white pencil- thin stalks. Vigorous and prolific for extended harvests. Slow to bolt; cold tolerant. Mild mustard flavor.
I can certainly say how valuable this addition is to any vegetable garden. They are easy to grow, nutritious, flavorful and surprisingly hardy. They can transform vegetable gardening from the normal to a new addition.
NUTRIENT REQUIREMENTS: N=LOW, P= LOW, K=LOW.
All Greens grows well under a wide variety of conditions. Prefers full sun, and grows best in cool weather, with a regular watering schedule. and grows 3-4' tall.