Great for microgreens or salad mix, this dark green mustard has frilly edges and a spicy flavor. It grows 16-18" tall, is slow to bolt and stands 2 to 4 weeks longer than other varieties. Pungency mellows when cooked. This variety is an All American Selection winner. Tags: Color: Green, Season: Spring Fall Winter, Certification: Organic.
Probably first cultivated for its seed northwest Asia. Seeds can be ground as seasoning or used whole in soups, curries and pickling. Heating seeds reduces pungency. Secondary center of diversity in central and western China, eastern India, Burma and westward to the Near East. Mustards are a good source of vitamins, fiber, minerals, calcium and iron. Edible flowers. Delicious mustard greens recipes