SECTION: Compost Crops, Agricultural Mustard, Brassica alba or juncea Excellent cover crop often used in orchards and vineyards. Suppresses weeds, nematodes and soil diseases, cycles nutrients, increases tilth. Also a high protein forage. Broadcast any time during the growing season. It can be harvested at any stage, but preferably just after flowering. Plant mid-Aug for winter cover. EA CULTURE: ALL/Matures 5-6/Harvest up to 8/Yield 180-270/Spacing Broadcast thickly SEEDS PER PACKET: 4100 SOURCE CODE: C PLANTING DEPTH: 1/4-1/2" WHEN TO PLANT: Anytime, mid-Aug to Sep for winter cover PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Broadcast seed fairly thickly any time during the growing season,…
This black variety produces small dark seeds that are used as a spice; the spicy leaves are edible too. It also makes tasty seedling sprouts. This plant is native to the Mediterranean where it has been grown for thousands of years. Many believe that black mustard seed is what Jesus spoke of in Matthew 13.
This special selected Chinese mustard has thick large leaves. Spicy and delicious. We really enjoy these great greens.
Brassica juncea 45 days. This deeply serrated, attractive mustard looks as tempting as it tastes. The radiant, glowing citron green leaves have a delicate texture and mild, sweet mustard flavor. Spirited, yet tender enough to liven up salads, and stout enough to stand on its own in steamed or stir-fried dishes. An outstanding, edible addition to ornamental beds for a rich-textured foliage counterpart to flowering plants.
50 days. (Brassica juncea) Curled and very frilly medium green leaves stay tender to a good size-- upright plants reach 2 feet in height. Stands long in the field, tolerates more heat than most, bolts very late; also very cold-hardy. Flavor is sharp: nice and spicy! A high-yielding type that makes a good crop in home or market gardens, and makes choice micro-greens. All-America Award winner in 1957.
Brassica juncea 50 days. Green Wave has been a favorite American mustard (or tendergreen) for many years. Popular with gardeners for its upright plant habit, it grows to 2 feet and has a dark green, heavily curled leaf. An excellent producer, Green Wave resists bolting, so it can be grown in mid-summer. Mild and succulent in all dishes.
(B. juncea) A wonderful leafy mustard that is an heirloom from South China. 16-inch tall plants have bright green serrated leaves that are tender and have an excellent mustard flavor; great sauteed or in salads. A "Sher Li Hon" type of Chinese mustard.
Brassica rapa var. japonica 45-50 days. This selection is a vigorous grower, producing numerous slender, white, succulent stalks. The dark green mustard leaves are fairly narrow, deeply serrated, and fringed at the edges. A good performer in the fall and winter seasons. Excellent with steamed baby vegetables or fresh in salad mixes.
Produces 3-4 tons of biomass per acre. Bred by Dr. Jack Brown, Univ. of Idaho. Plant in spring or summer. For green manure, mow before plants set seed and incorporate into the soil immediately. Seeding rate: 1/4 lb./1,000 sq.ft. (8-10 lb./acre). Blue label/Certified seed. Avg. 18,000 seeds/lb.
Produces 4-5 tons of organic matter per acre. Mow before plants set seed and incorporate into the soil immediately to have the best effect on these soil pests. With proper management, this crop may be used as an organic replacement for methyl bromide. Sow at 6 lb./acre. Blue label/Certified seed. Avg. 28,000 seeds/lb.
(B. juncea) Large, upright plants with crumpled leaves that have a delicious mustard taste; slow to bolt and very easy to grow. An old heirloom from the Southern U.S. and makes a mighty swell mess of greens.
Red Giant mustard is both ornamental and a delicious edible. Eat it raw or cooked. Ready to start picking in just 40 days! Pick the largest leaves regularly for an extended harvest throughout the growing season.
Latin name: Brassica juncea GB Cultural info: ALL / Matures 5-6 / Harvest 8 / Yield 180-270/ Spacing 6 / 30, Mild Kingdom 15 / Seed code: C Seeds per pkt: 200 Description: Sweet zesty lime-green leaves beautifully overlaid with bright purple. Often in salad mix when young. and excellent when cooked, sweet and mild, full of vitamins and minerals. Good as ornamental edible with floweres or contrasting foliage in containers and beds.
40 days (mature) or 20 days (baby greens). At last, a Mustard Green so showy it just may do for this nutritious family whatdid for Swiss Chard -- put it in every garden and on every table of gardeners who love bold colors and fresh flavor in their veggies! Red Giant is a brilliant maroon with deep green midribs, so showy you may just have to plant two crops -- one in the veggie patch and one along the walkway or in your annual border!These leaves are slightly textured for a better bite and good holding power. The flavor is…
20 days. The earliest Mustard Green we grow, Savanna Hybrid begins bearing huge, tasty green leaves less than 3 weeks after planting! The leaves are very uniform and quite abundant on strong plants, which hold their harvest in the field much longer than open-pollinated types. A superb choice for high performance and great yields, plus mild, fresh flavor.Sow seed outdoors in early spring or, for fall crops, 6 to 8 weeks before first fall frost. Space seedlings 1 to 2 inches apart in rows 15 inches apart. Pkt is 1/16 oz. (350 seeds).
50 days. A remarkably long-lasting curled type, Southern Giant Curled is a beloved classic known for big yields of spicy greens. The bright green leaves are tinged with yellow at harvest, and the flavor is always pungent and full-bodied, with the authentic "mustard green" bite. An AAS winner many years ago, it is still the standard for true greens!Sow seed outdoors in early spring or, for fall crops, 6 to 8 weeks before first fall frost. Space seedlings 1 to 2 inches apart in rows 15 inches apart. Pkt is 1/8 oz. (2000 seeds).
SECTION: Compost Crops, Agricultural Mustard, Brassica alba or juncea Excellent cover crop often used in orchards and vineyards. Suppresses weeds, nematodes and soil diseases, cycles nutrients, increases tilth. Also a high protein forage. Broadcast any time during the growing season. It can be harvested at any stage, but preferably just after flowering. Plant mid-Aug for winter cover. One packet will plant 100 sq ft when using Broadcast thickly spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: ALL/Matures 5-6/Harvest up to 8/Yield 180-270/Spacing Broadcast thickly SEEDS PER PACKET: 4100…
Hot, spicy. All of Johnny's high-germination sprouting seeds are untreated and have tested negative for the presence of E. coli 0157 and Salmonella. Most are certified organic, designated by the OG symbol. Organically grown.
Purple leaves with slightly toothed margins. Avg. 237,000 seeds/lb.
The finely cut leaves offer a unique look. Avg. 243,300 seeds/lb.
Latin name: Brassica juncea GB Cultural info: ALL/Matures 5-6/Harvest 8/Yield 180-270/Spacing 6” / Days to Maturity: 35-60 Seed code: O Seeds per pkt: 200 Description: Bigger, easier to grow, and more flavorful than Southern Curled. Large, bright-green leaves with frilled edges lose their peppery mustard hotness when cooked but still have lots of rich, comlex flavor. Cold hardy and also heat-resistant.
Avg. 224,300 seeds/lb.
Organically grown. Avg. 300,000 seeds/lb.
Avg. 30,000 seeds/lb.
Finely serrated leaves with a sweet and slightly pungent flavor. Avg. 254,200 seeds/lb.
Avg. 284,100 seeds/lb.
Uniform growth habit and leaf texture. Avg. 319,800 seeds/lb.
Spicy flavor. Avg. 278,800 seeds/lb.
40 days. Mizuna is the Japanese mustard green beloved in mild Mesclun mixes, stir fries, and more, and now you can grow this gourmet treat from Certified Organic seed! Whether you harvest it leaf-by-leaf (beginning at just 20 days!) for tender baby greens or let it mature into a fully-grown head, Mizuna has a unique flavor and super nutrition.A cool-season crop, Mizuna should be started in early spring or late summer. This early-maturing variety tolerates both heat and cold, extending the season nicely for both short- and long-growing climates. The lacy-leaved plants are lovely as ornamentation as well as nutrition,…
Brassica juncea 45 days. This deeply serrated, attractive mustard looks as tempting as it tastes. The radiant, mulberry flushed green with cherry red veining leaves have a delicate texture and mild, sweet mustard flavor. Spirited, yet tender enough to liven up salads, and stout enough to stand on its own in steamed or stir-fried dishes. An outstanding, edible addition to ornamental beds for a rich-textured foliage counterpart to flowering plants.
Brassica juncea 30 days. This mustard knocked our socks off with a zesty flavor reminiscent of wasabi. Frilly, vibrant green leaves are delicious raw in a salad (we love it with a sesame ginger vinaigrette), and works just as well in an autumn stir-fry. Leaves can be harvested at the baby stage, or when full-sized.
Brassica rapa Perviridis Group 40-50 days. A beautiful dark green 6 inch spinach mustard that is very mild and easy to grow. Sow seed spring through fall. Glossy, spoon-shaped leaves are a pleasant raw in salads and sauteed or steamed as a side dish.
A unique crop to America, this variety makes large, very crisp heads that are a medium green color and have a delicious flavor; superb for pickling, frying and in soups.
45 days. Here's a different sort of mizuna: wide, very flat, ornately fringed leaves in clear bright green. Grows best in cooler weather, like other mizunas. Elegant in their own right, breathtaking when combined with Red Streaks mizuna. Makes micro-greens at 25 days.
Brassica spp. 30 days. Look for this fast growing mix to cover the full spectrum of colors, shapes, and flavors. Growing lime green, red-veined, solid purple and more, the leaves range from flat and smooth to savoyed and puckered. Fleshy stems encompass flavors from the most mild to fiery hot. This blend offers a delicious taste adventure that will end your culinary blahs. Selected by Frank Morton, Gathering Together Farm.