Mustard, Florida Broadleaf Mustard, brassica juncea “broadleaf”, 100 Seeds Per Pack, Organic, Heirloom, GMO Free
100 Seeds Per Pack
Name: Florida Broadleaf Mustard
Scientific Name: Brassica juncea var. Broadleaf
This slow to bolt variety produces large leaves that can be enjoyed fresh, cooked, or pickled. Grows very readily throughout multiple seasons, while older leaves can be picked for a continuous harvest. Highly nutritious, and adaptable makes this a very reliable vegetable to add into your garden.
Origination: Himalayan Region
Recommended Uses: Culinary
Height: 18 in (45 cm)
Hardiness: USDA 3-11
Flower Color: Yellow
Maturity: 45 Days
Other Names: Leaf Mustard, Vegetable Mustard
Growing Instructions: Full sun, Moderate Water
Since mustard garden seeds thrive in cool weather, Florida Broadleaf mustard seeds taste best when grown as an early spring or fall crop. For a spring crop, direct sow the seed in full sun and rich soil about four weeks before the last expected spring frost. Seeds should be covered with ¼ – ½ inch of soil, and kept moist until germination. Space plants out 6-12 inches.
The entire plant can be harvested at any point, or individual leaves taken for a continuous harvest.