Brassica juncea

A real pleasure to grow. It’s one of those point and shoot crops, it does well as long as it gets reasonable soil and two good waterings per week. Large vigorous leaves that are mildly mustardy, great for soups, stews and steaming. Cold tolerant, does well over winter. A quick producing crop and can be one of your first spring greens.

Ready for harvest around 45 days.

Standard packet contains approx. 200 seeds

Petite packet contains approx. 70 seeds

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Florida Broadleaf Mustard

  • Product Code: 256-0025
  • Availability: In Stock
  • R28.11

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