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Packet: 2g unless otherwise stated (approximately 1000 seeds) sows 90'.




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Mizuna, Early Mustard 2 g

Mizuna, Early Mustard 2 g

(B. rapa japonica) 37 days. Extremely mild, yet definitely a mustard flavor. Tastes great in salads even for those that dislike the spiciness often associated with raw mustards. Also an excellent cooking green. Delicate, frilly greens are frost tender, so not recommended for late...
$2.25

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Old Fashioned Ragged Edge Mustard 2 g

Old Fashioned Ragged Edge Mustard 2 g

() 42 days. An old favorite that produces fine quality salad greens. Leaves are long, narrow, deeply cut, and ruffled. A popular mustard in Virginia and the Carolinas. Though it bolts early it has the best flavor. Pkt (2 g).
$2.25

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Red Giant Mustard 2 g

Red Giant Mustard 2 g

(B. juncea) 43 days. A beautiful mustard from Japan, Red Giant has well-savoyed leaves, predominately reddish-purple with an undercoat of deep green. Good cold tolerance and strong mustard flavor. More insect-resistant than other varieties. Pkt (2 g).
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Senposai Select Mustard 2 g

Senposai Select Mustard 2 g

(B. oleracea x rapa) [Open-pollinated selection of a Japanese hybrid by NC seedsman Doug Jones.] Sweeter than regular mustards. Doug Jones has been selecting this variety for better bolt-resistance and more regular leaves, and encourages Southern growers to try it as a more tender...
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Southern Giant Curled Mustard 2 g

Southern Giant Curled Mustard 2 g

(B. juncea) 45 days. [Pre-1880] An old Southern favorite. Leaves are large, bright green, with attractively curled leaf edges. This variety is used for late sowings, has cold tolerance, and good bolting resistance. Pkt (2 g).
$2.25

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Tatsoi Mustard 2 g

Tatsoi Mustard 2 g

(B. rapa narinosa) 43 days. Rosettes of thick, dark green, oval-shaped leaves with mild mustard flavor. The most cold-hardy (22°F) commonly available mustard. Very attractive, good for all seasons, and long-lasting. Excellent for stir-fry or salads. Pkt (2 g).
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White-Stemmed Pak Choi Chinese Cabbage 2 g

White-Stemmed Pak Choi Chinese Cabbage 2 g

(B. rapa chinensis) 45 days. Tender, light green, spoon-shaped leaves with thick, white ribs. 14-18 in. tall. Crisp and mild, great for Asian cooking. Stems make a good celery substitute. Cold-resistant, extended harvests. Pkt (2 g).
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Horned Mustard 2 g

Horned Mustard 2 g

() 41 days. As the lightly frilled, bright green leaves grow, a small horn emerges from the stem. The tender leaves are spicy when raw but mild when cooked. Texas grower Tim Miller grows this mustard fall through spring in his hot climate. Pkt (2 g).
$2.35

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Tokyo Bekana Chinese Cabbage 2 g

Tokyo Bekana Chinese Cabbage 2 g

(B. rapa chinensis) 44 days. Great salad green - fast-growing plants make enormous loose heads of light green, ruffled leaves. Very mild - almost lettuce-like in flavor - with good frost tolerance. Pkt (2 g).
$2.50

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Chinese Thick-Stem Mustard Mustard 1 g

Chinese Thick-Stem Mustard Mustard 1 g

() Superb winter-hardy mustard from Even’ Star Farm. Succulent, mild mustard with an enlarged midrib. Great flavor raw or cooked. Hardy to 6°F. Good tolerance of poor soil drainage. Best for fall planting. Pkt (1 g)
$2.75

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New Star Mustard Mustard 1 g

New Star Mustard Mustard 1 g

() Cold hardy Even’ Star mustard, best planted for fall. Lovely, unique, fern-leafed mustard. Very pungent raw, milder when cooked. Heavy leaves and petioles grow to 24 in. most falls and winters; plants can grow 36 in. if spaced wide and left to grow until April. Leaves...
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Ruby Streaks Mustard 2 g

Ruby Streaks Mustard 2 g

(Brassica juncea) 40 days. Beautiful, lacy, deeply serrated leaves are purple in cold weather, purple and green in warm weather. They have just the right kind of spiciness and add a great touch to salads. Good in stir-fries as well. Pkt (2 g).
$2.75

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Mizuna, Early Mustard 28 g

Mizuna, Early Mustard 28 g

(B. rapa japonica) 37 days. Extremely mild, yet definitely a mustard flavor. Tastes great in salads even for those that dislike the spiciness often associated with raw mustards. Also an excellent cooking green. Delicate, frilly greens are frost tender, so not recommended for late...
$5.50

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Tatsoi Mustard 28 g

Tatsoi Mustard 28 g

(B. rapa narinosa) 43 days. Rosettes of thick, dark green, oval-shaped leaves with mild mustard flavor. The most cold-hardy (22°F) commonly available mustard. Very attractive, good for all seasons, and long-lasting. Excellent for stir-fry or salads. (28 g)
$5.50

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Southern Giant Curled Mustard 28 g

Southern Giant Curled Mustard 28 g

(B. juncea) 45 days. [Pre-1880] An old Southern favorite. Leaves are large, bright green, with attractively curled leaf edges. This variety is used for late sowings, has cold tolerance, and good bolting resistance. (28 g)
$7.25

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Senposai Select Mustard 28 g

Senposai Select Mustard 28 g

(B. oleracea x rapa) [Open-pollinated selection of a Japanese hybrid by NC seedsman Doug Jones.] Sweeter than regular mustards. Doug Jones has been selecting this variety for better bolt-resistance and more regular leaves, and encourages Southern growers to try it as a more tender...
$7.50

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