Mizuna Red Streak, Japanese Mustard (Brassica juncea)Add to Wish List
The leaves of this cultivar are slender and speckled red. Mizuna is a unique Japanese mild mustard plant with leaves that are commonly used in salads and can be used as salad rocket when plucked fresh and tender. It thrives...
Mizuna, Japanese Mustard (Brassica juncea)Add to Wish List
A lovely plant for flower gardens and containers, as well as a tender, moderately spicy Japanese mustard green that is gentler than other mustards and available to harvest in 3 weeks. It's attractive and prolific, and it can survive higher...
Tendergreen, Mustard (Brassica juncea)Add to Wish List
Tendergreen has smooth leaves and can be used as a spinach alternative in the fall. In the late summer heat, seeds germinate and grow swiftly, maturing to a sensitive sweetness in the cooler months. Thinnings are great for fresh snacks...
Southern Giant Curled, Mustard (Brassica juncea)Add to Wish List
Long-time southern staple with a mellow, mustardy flavour. All-America Selections winner for 1935. The brilliant green leaves have crumpled, frilled edges and a faint, mustardy flavour. The young leaves are wonderful raw in salads, but they're also good lightly stir-fried...
Red Giant, Mustard (Brassica juncea)Add to Wish List
The burgundy leaves with lime veins are as tasty as they are attractive in the garden or in a container. 'Red Giant's' mustard flavour intensifies with age and hot weather, bringing notes of horseradish in pickled, wilted, or raw salads....
Florida Broadleaf, Mustard (Brassica juncea)Add to Wish List
One of the earliest greens to appear in the spring, and a typical Southern favourite. The big, rich-green leaves of heirloom broad leaf mustard have a savoury pungency. When sautéed, steamed, braised, or added to soup, fresh greens bring flavour...