Brassica juncea

Feather Red F1 is an unique mustard plant with long, skinny, frilled leaves. These leaves have a dark maroon color with vibrant light green stems. The taste and look of this mustard makes it perfect for spring mixes. Read More…

Brassica juncea

This variety produces large semi-upright spreading plants with round to oval serrated leaves. The leaves are bright medium-green and are 10 to 12 inches long by 8 inches wide with tender cream-colored midribs. Read More…

Brassica juncea

This large upright plant is slow to bolt. It stands 2 to 4 weeks longer than other varieties and grows to 16 to 18 inches tall. The leaves are dark green with serrated ends and slightly wavy. This variety, possess a spicy flavor and is popular with commercial growers. Read More…

Brassica juncea

This attractive variety from Japan produces medium-green leaves with a tinge of purple and purple-red veins. Leaves are more refined than Red Giant with 1 inch wide succulent stems. Osaka Purple has a tender mild flavor. Read More…

Brassica juncea

A popular red mustard green that adds a colorful tasty zest to salad mixes. Slightly savoyed leaves are maroon in color with light green midribs and narrow stems. Winter hardy and slow to bolt. Full size leaf harvest in 45 days. Read More…

Brassica juncea

These large upright fast growing plants have good resistance to bolting. They produce big heavily curled dark-green leaves with crumpled frilled edges. Good resistance to cold weather. First harvest is 45 days after sowing. Read More…

Brassica juncea

Tendergreen is an upright growing plant and has shiny dark green leaves with smooth edges. Nice pungent mustard flavor. One of the better varieties for greens. It can be harvested 40 days after sowing. Read More…