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Mustard Greens

Mustard Greens Seed

Mustard greens are most popular in Southern cuisine. Most varieties of Mustard have a spicy flavor that taste great steamed, sautéed, or added to soups. Easy and carefree to grow. Best grown as a cool season crop in spring or fall.
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Tendergreen is a great flavored mustard green that blends well with spinach. This variety maintains a deep green color when hot and with dry conditions. This mustard is a fast maturing green with a great flavor. Tendergreen is easy to grow and rich in vitamins and minerals.

The Florida Broadleaf is a favorite mustard in the Southern states. This mustard is a fast growing green, making it great for spring and fall eating. The Florida Broadleaf is mild-flavored and produces large, broad, rich green leaves of appetizing pungency.

The Green Frills Mustard is a vibrantly frilly green with deep cuts. With an upright growth habit, this variety's leaves are a bright green with a delicious, crisp peppery taste. Green Frills Mustard is great at resisting bolting!

Mizuna Green Mustard is a tasty Asian spinach variety that is amazing raw in different salads or cooked. This variety's narrow green leaves are very tasty and have a non-pungent flavor. Mizuna Green Mustard is fast growing and produces high yields. This green is popularly used in many salad mixes!

The Mizuna Purple Mustard produces bright purple tinged and sharply serrated green leaves. This is a tasty variety that is fast maturing and slow bolting.

The Old Fashioned Mustard Green is a real Southern treat! This green is a favorite that can be eaten fresh or cooked, but is best enjoyed either steamed or sauteed in our opinion! The Old Fashioned Mustard is easy to grow and care for, making it a great addition to any garden.

The Red Giant is a large mustard with an excellent, pungent flavor. This variety is a large purple-red leaf type. The Red Giant is great used as an ornamental or salad garnish. This variety's flavor has a slight hint of wasabi and grey poupon.

Frizzy Lizzy Mustard produces several unique, ruffled cherry purple leaves that have serrated lobes. This green adds a spicy flavor and spunk to many salad mixes.