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

Family: Brassicaceae


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.


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