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Red Giant Mustard Greens Seeds

$3.95

Red Giant Mustard Greens Seeds

$3.95
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V-2403
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Brassica rapa Japonica group

Item #V-2403 | 250 Seeds | OP

 

 

Easy to grow in spring, fall and winter gardens, these grow well mixed with flowers, herbs and other vegetables.Excellent braised or steamed, in salads or stir-fries. Use like spinach or chard. Harvest whole heads or pick individual leaves.  Giant Red Japanese mustards make bold, versatile ornamental edibles. Upright, large rosettes up to 18" tall, are very colorful, with deep red purplish savoy leaves edged and veined pale green. A Mustard Green so showy it just may do for this nutritious family what Bright Lights did for Swiss Chard.  These leaves are slightly textured for a better bite and good holding power. The flavor is zesty and full, with a good bite that you just can't find in store-bought mustard greens. Imagine Red Giant flanking your Pansies and cheery Mums in the fall garden, or nestling beside bold Ornamental Cabbage and Kale.  250 seeds per package. 

 

Vegetable Garden – Tips on Growing Mustard Greens From Seed

40 days (mature) or 20 days (baby greens) 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.

DIRECT SOW

 

 

  • From early spring, when the soil can be worked, direct sow the Mizuna seeds 1" apart, with a seed depth of ¼”.
  • Germination Soil Temperature: 40-55ºF (4-13º)C.
  • Germination period is 6-10 days.
  • Sow indoors: Late fall through early spring.
  • Harvest tender young leaves, as older leaves have a very sharp taste.

GROWING

 

 

  • pH range of 6.1-7.0
  • Growing soil temperature of 50-65ºF (10-18º)C.
  • Watering: Moderate and even.
  • Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade,

NUTRIENT REQUIREMENTS: N=LOW, P= LOW, K=LOW.

 

ROTATION CONSIDERATIONS:

 

 

  • Avoid following plants from the Cabbage family.
  • Good Companions: Bush bean, beet, carrot, celery, cucumber, dill, lettuce, mint, nasturtium, onion family, potato, rosemary, spinach and thyme.
  • Bad Companions: Pole bean and strawberry.

GARDEN HINTS:

 

 

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.

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