Mustard Broad Leaf Green In The Snow Seeds
Info: The Japanese mustard cabbage "Green in the Snow" lives up to its name. The plant is extremely frost-resistant and therefore best suited to harvest fresh leafy vegetables in winter. The fast-growing, healthy vegetables can be planted as a late crop in the fall. With its sharp, bright green, serrated leaves, it is an ideal addition to salads.
|Botanical name||Brassica juncea|
|Sowing||March to September|
|Germination||10 to 15 days|
|Harvesting||July to December|