The tiny yellow to brown seeds of Mustard have a variety of culinary applications. Seeds may be ground-up, treated with vinegar and spice to make the classic condiment paste also known as Mustard. Mustard may be ground in a garden in order to harvest the 'greens', which add a unique flavor profile and depth to any salad, sandwich, or soup. Mustard is a great source of oil and protein as well as Vitamin K.
45 days. Large, bright green
fringed and curled leaves. Mild flavor. Approx. 17,000 seeds/oz.
30 days. This japanese mustard green has dandelion-like jagged edged green leaves with a mild, sweet, earthy flavor. Mizuna grows fast and makes an excellent salad green. It can be harvested a few outside leaves at a time, or cut the whole head near ground. It is also used in stir-fry and soups. Also wonderful as a microgreen. Approx. 17,000 seeds/oz.
60 days. Growing about 16 inches tall, with attractive purplish wavy leaves. Disease resistant and slow bolting. The unique, spicy flavor is excellent in mixed salads or straight as its own salad or wilted like spinach or chard. Approx. 17,000 seeds/oz.
50 days. This mustard grows in rosettes of dark green, spoon-shaped leaves. Easy to grow. Excellent in a salad or a stir-fry.
45 days. 20 days for baby leaf. With a mild peppery mustard flavor, this green is great for salads as a baby green or a full-size green. The stalk has a great flavor as well and the splashes of red add color to mixes. It is a fast grower and has good heat tolerance allowing it to bolt later than lettuce. Approx. 17,000 seeds/oz.
A great mustard for microgreens, this has a rather sharp flavor that
brings a great zing to sandwiches and salads. A little milder when
grown on to adult green size.
21 to 45 days. Asian brassica somewhat like Pak Choi, but with narrower petioles and larger ruffled, light green leaves. Wonderful addition to salads or baby green mixes, or grow on to maturity for stir-fries. Harvest anywhere from microgreen, through baby green, to full maturity. Easy to grow in spring, summer, or fall. Tolerant of light frost.
21 to 45 days. An outstanding mustard of dark green-purple leaves with bright white veins. Harvest at 4 to 6 inches for salad or allow it to grow to full size for boiling greens. Fast and easy to grow, great crop for spring, or fall into early winter. Colorful microgreen with a bit of a bite.
Feather Red Mustard Microgreens Seeds. An easy fast grower that is ideal to add a spicy mustard flavor to any dish. This is a great microgreen choice for sandwiches or garnishes. A more exclusive and espensive seed. Smaller green even at 10 days.
70-80 days. Stabilized open-pollinated cultivar, Osaka Purple x Green Wave Mustard cross, light purple, frilly textured leaves edged with green, hot and spicy.
40 days. Deep red, rounded leaves show color from first true leaf. A fast-growing variety that is great for braising green mixes or baby leave in spring mixes.
Mibuna Mustard Microgreens Seeds. This Japanese mustard green has a fresh, very mild mustard flavor. Grows fast & tall, and easy to grow, and adds an interesting zest to any micro salad or sandwich. Choose Size.