Red Giant Mustard Gre...
Sweet zesty-hot lime green
leaves overlaid with bright purple.
Often seen in salad mix when very young, and excellent cooked-sweet and mild, full of vitamins. Eye catching with flowers or contrasting foliage in containers and beds.BOTANICAL NAME: Brassica spp.
GROWING INSTRUCTIONS: Biointensive: start in flats and transplant to 6" centers. Rows: sow 2" apart in 18" rows. Or broadcast in wide beds. Best taste when plant can grow fast, so have well-composted or manured soil with adequate nitrogen and calcium. Can take light frost, will do well under glass. Young seedlings susceptible to insect damage. Begin to harvest leaves as soon as well formed and of good green color. Slow bolting variety.
GROW BIOINTENSIVE® CULTURAL INFORMATION: ALL/Matures 5-6/Harvest 8/Yield 180-270/Spacing 6"
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION : Tolerates hot weather, tolerates winter cold, easy to grow