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Mitsuba

Cryptotaenia japonica
HOW TO GROW MITSUBA

Sow in greenhouse in April, plant out after last frost. Can be sown in early autumn, divide in spring or autumn. Vigorous and quite cold tolerant, bolts quickly in spring and can be sequentially sown for continual production. Woodland perennial hardy to zone five but usually grown as an annual. Suitable for growing in containers. Prefers dappled shade. Leaves tend to turn yellow in full sun. Avoid planting in hot summer months. Requires consistently moist soil, however, do not over water. Will self-seed and may be difficult to remove once established. Surface sow, press into soil, do not cover. Soil pH 5.1-7.0. Hardiness zones 5–9. Perennial.

Usual seed life 1–2 years.

Planting Depth surface
Soil Temp. Germ. 70–77
Days to Germ. 7–14
Plant Spacing 15–18”
Row Spacing 24–36”
Days To Maturity 50
Storage Refrigerate
Part Shade, Moist Well Drained
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Deeply lobed leaves with a unique clean and refreshing taste with slightly nutty bitter flavor. Leaves and stems are eaten raw or cooked. The sprouts are used in salads and soup. In Japan it is commonly used as a garnish in soups or atop entrees or as a sushi ingredient. Used as a parsley like flavoring. Seedlings a...
Deeply lobed leaves with a unique clean and refreshing taste with slightly nutty bitter flavor. Leaves and stems are eaten raw or cooked. The sprouts are used in salads and soup. In Japan it is commonly used as a garnish in soups or atop entrees or as a sushi ingredient. Used as a parsley like flavoring. Seedlings and young leaves can be used in salads. When cooking, do not cook more than a couple minutes or the flavor is lost. Blanched stem used as a celery substitute. Seed is used as seasoning. Also known as Japanese honeywort, stone parsley, Japanese wild parsley and Japanese parsley. Tags: Color: Green.

Cryptotaenia is a genus of two species of herbaceous perennial plants. Native to eastern Asia Cryptotaenia japonica and North America Cryptotaenia canadensis growing wild in moist, shady places. Mitsuba is commonly cultivated as a vegetable in Japan, there are some named varieties. The name Mitsuba means “three leaves” in Japanese. Delicious mitsuba recipes.
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Mitsuba

Cryptotaenia japonica
Deeply lobed leaves with a unique clean and refreshing taste with slightly nutty bitter flavor. Leaves and stems are eaten raw or cooked. The sprouts are used in salads and soup. In Japan it is commonly used as a garnish in soups or atop entrees or as a sushi i...
Deeply lobed leaves with a unique clean and refreshing taste with slightly nutty bitter flavor. Leaves and stems are eaten raw or cooked. The sprouts are used in salads and soup. In Japan it is commonly used as a garnish in soups or atop entrees or as a sushi ingredient. Used as a parsley like flavoring. Seedlings and young leaves can be used in salads. When cooking, do not cook more than a couple minutes or the flavor is lost. Blanched stem used as a celery substitute. Seed is used as seasoning. Also known as Japanese honeywort, stone parsley, Japanese wild parsley and Japanese parsley. Tags: Color: Green.

Cryptotaenia is a genus of two species of herbaceous perennial plants. Native to eastern Asia Cryptotaenia japonica and North America Cryptotaenia canadensis growing wild in moist, shady places. Mitsuba is commonly cultivated as a vegetable in Japan, there are some named varieties. The name Mitsuba means “three leaves” in Japanese. Delicious mitsuba recipes.
Learn More
HOW TO GROW MITSUBA

Sow in greenhouse in April, plant out after last frost. Can be sown in early autumn, divide in spring or autumn. Vigorous and quite cold tolerant, bolts quickly in spring and can be sequentially sown for continual production. Woodland perennial hardy to zone five but usually grown as an annual. Suitable for growing in containers. Prefers dappled shade. Leaves tend to turn yellow in full sun. Avoid planting in hot summer months. Requires consistently moist soil, however, do not over water. Will self-seed and may be difficult to remove once established. Surface sow, press into soil, do not cover. Soil pH 5.1-7.0. Hardiness zones 5–9. Perennial.

Usual seed life 1–2 years.

Planting Depth surface
Soil Temp. Germ. 70–77
Days to Germ. 7–14
Plant Spacing 15–18”
Row Spacing 24–36”
Days To Maturity 50
Storage Refrigerate
Part Shade, Moist Well Drained
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