- The Mizuna mustard is a vigorous grower, which produces numerous stalks bearing dark green, deeply cut and fringed leaves.
- They have a fresh, crisp taste and can be used on their own or cooked with meat.
- This mustard variety is highly resistant to cold and grows well during the winter months.
- Day to Maturity | 50 days
How to Plant Mustard
- When growing from seed, start them outdoors 3 weeks before the last frost.
- Plant seeds a 1/2″ deep, and thin to 3 inches.
- Mustard greens are extremely high in Vitamin A, B, and C.
- Mustard greens are very popular in the southern U.S. where they are generally slow-cooked with ham hocks or other smoked-pork products.
- Asian cuisines generally use mustard greens pickled or stir-fried.