Chrysanthemum Greens Seeds - Garland Round Leaf


40-50 Days to maturity. Glebionis coronaria var. garland round leaf. Garland Round Leaf Chrysanthemum Greens Seeds. Cool-season annual heirloom. Non-GMO. Garland Round Leaf has large, medium-green oblong leaves that are less serrated and have a milder flavor than the serrated-leaf varieties. Edible Chrysanthemum greens can be great in containers and are used for a plethora of culinary and medicinal uses. If you’re looking for an easy-going, high yield crop for cooler weather, this is the perfect fit. ~ 8,400 seeds per oz.


Chrysanthemum Greens Seeds - Garland Round Leaf Chrysanthemum Greens - Heirloom

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Other Common Names: Cai cui, chong ho, chop suey greens, chrysanthemum greens, crown daisy, edible chrysanthemum, garland chrysanthemum, guladaudi, gul chi ni, hao zi gan, kek wah, khee khwaai, kikuna, kor tongho, shi yong ju, shungiku, ssukgat, tang ho, tan o, thung ho, tong hao cai, tong ho, tong ho choy, tunghao, tung ho and Korean Chrysanthemum Greens.

How to Grow Garland Round Leaf Chrysanthemum Greens

Sow seeds in the late spring after the last frost or late summer/early fall. Will tolerate light shade in the summer and will flower in warm temperatures. Keep soil moist and fertilize as needed. They are not picky about soil quality or fertilization. Although, they lush out better if given ideal conditions. Chrysanthemum greens like moisture but do not do well in overly wet conditions. Successive sowing can be done every 2-3 weeks during the growing season to keep stock up if desired. Pinch off the top 2 inches of each plant to encourage branching.

Harvesting Garland Round Leaf Chrysanthemum Greens

The leaves can be harvested as small as 3-4 inches or used for microgreens. Let the plants flower and eat th leaves anytime inbetween. Cut what you need and come again!

Culinary Tips

An herb, vegetable, tea, garnish, or salad… the possibilities are endless with this multi-tasking annual!

Tips From Our Gardeners

“These are perfect for gardens that have more shade than you want them to. My mother loves having fresh greens but has too much shade for most grow-at-home types. Edible Chrysanthemum is a great option!”

- Lara Wadsworth, True Leaf Market Writer

Seeds Per Package

  • 3 g packet - Approximately 900 Seeds
  • 1 oz - Approximately 8,400 Seeds
  • 4 oz - Approximately 33,600 Seeds
  • 1 lb - Approximately 134,400 Seeds
  • 5 lb - Approximately 672,000 Seeds

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