• Brassica juncea Mustard Greens Non Gmo

    Brassica juncea
    Mustard Greens - Indian Mustard

    You will love the mildly spicy flavor of these greens! Perfect as a stand alone dish or use with mixed greens to add that special flavor. Young tender leaves of are often used in salads or mixed with other salad greens.
    Sowing instructions:
    Sow seeds, directly in soil, in very early spring for spring use and in the fall for winter use. Successive plantings 10–14 days apart insure an all season crop. Harvest in 40-60 days

    Fun Facts:
    1. Can be grown as a green manure or mulch
    2. Hardy everywhere
    3.The seed is the main product in India where an oil extract is produced

    Salads, Pesto, fresh, green mixes, cooked


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