Brassica rapa (Japonica group)

Each Mibuna plant produces hundreds of pencil-thin white stalks with delicate, slender, smooth, non-lobed leaves. It is related to Mizuna and has a mildly sharp taste ideal for mixed salads. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Japonica group)

Mizuna is a unique mustard green of Japanese origin which produces numerous pencil-thin white stalks. These stalks are medium green, deeply indented, feathery and has a mild fresh crisp taste, not at all pungent. Cut for baby leaves as early as 21 days and matures in 40 days. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Chinensis group)

These beautiful deep red, rounded, tender leaves with slender, fleshy, rounded green stems make this a tasteful and attractive addition to any salad mix. Plants are uniform with vigorous upright growth – well adapted for baby leaf harvest. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Japonica group)

This attractive red Mizuna exhibits good hybrid vigor making it well adapted for baby leaf production. Leaves have an attractive red purple color and Read More…

Brassica rapa (Narinosa group)

Tat Soi is planted thick for the baby leaf market, these small dark green shiny spoon shaped leaves are ready to harvest in 21 days after sowing. Spaced further apart leaves form a compact, thick rosette in 45 days, perfect for bunching. Read More…

Brassica rapa (Narinosa group)

This variety has small to medium spoon shaped shiny red-violet leaves with a slightly rumpled texture and a mild mustard taste. Leaf color holds well in warm temperatures. Plant growth is vigorous and more upright than standard Tat Soi, making it ideal for baby leaf production which can be harvested as early as 20 days after sowing. Read More…