I suspect that there is something quite addictive about using Mustard Greens in your salads.
Salad never tastes quite as good without it.
Mustard Green varieties are wonderfully nutritious and beautiful, in the garden and on the plate. Mustard Greens grow most of the year but can have some trouble in the middle of summer.
Mustard Greens strike easily from seed and it is wise to plant half a dozen at a time, about one month apart, to ensure a constant supply.
The red variety is not quite as strong to eat.
30 fresh seeds Green $3.50