Asian Greens – Giant Red Mustard


Purpleish-red and green mustard with large leaves and a fiery spice. The young leaves are of a succulent, delicate and peppery flavour. When harvested fully matured, the leaves might surprise you with their bold flavour. When cooked or steamed like other greens however the taste will be mild and similar to spinach or chard. Giant Red Mustard seeds are also excellent for sprouting.
(Approximate seed count – 330)

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When to sow: Jan-Apr, July-Oct

Spacing: 15 x 30cm

Asian Greens tips: For early spring salad sow from mid-February under cover. For autumn/winter leaves sow from mid August till October. Direct sow in drills 15cm apart or sow in modules and transplant to final spacing. The leaves can be picked individually or treated as cut-and-come-again; spacing can be tighter for the latter option.