A broad leafed mustard that has large aromatic light green leaves. The mildly pungent leaves can be used in soup, salad, stir-fry or pickled. All parts of the plant are used—roots, shoots, stems and leaves.
When to Plant
Zone 1: September - April
Zone 2: August - May
Zone 3: March - July
Zone 4: May - July
Prepare your soil so that it is free draining and moderately fertile. It will tolerate a number of soil types. Add compost as part of your preparation.
Soil pH Level 6.5-7.0
Full sun but will benefit from shading in warm weather as it can bolt to seed
How to Plant
Sow directly into your patch at a depth of about 1cm. Thin out once they have germinated, which should take approximately 10 days.
Companion Plants Herbs, Onions
Approximate no. of seeds 100
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