This pages gives details on how to buy buy mustard greens seeds from David's Garden Seeds.
Amara Mustard Greens is a dark green mustard from Africa. While technically a mustard, Amara is known by several different names including Ethiopian kale, highland kale, Abyssinian mustard, and Texsel greens. The attractive, dark green leaves are tender, slightly savoyed with a wavy margin, and have an excellent rich flavor. Good in salads or as a cooked green. Ready to harvest in 21 days (baby), 45 days (full).
Amara 500 Open Pollinated Seeds
Garnet Giant Mustard Greens grow broad purple leaves with slightly toothed margins. Color appears early
on young leaves. Mild flavor. Best for baby leaf as it is quick to bolt. Ready to harvest in 21 days baby and 45 days fully mature.
Garnet Giant 500 Open Pollinated Seeds
Popular "red" mustard from Japan. Large, purple-tinted leaves. Mild mustard flavor. Larger, later, slightly darker, more narrow-stemmed, and 3-4 days slower bolting than Osaka Purple.
Red Giant 500 Organic Seeds
Ruby Streaks Mustard Greens are excellent with a dark green and maroon leaf color. Ruby Streaks' leaves are finely serrated at baby size and mizuna-shaped at full size. The color ranges from dark green with red veins to dark maroon at either size, with the maroon color being darker in cooler weather. The flavor is sweet and slightly pungent. Days to Harvest: 21 baby 45 full size.
Ruby Streaks 500 Open Pollinated Seeds
Southern Giant Curled Mustard Greens is a traditional green mustard. Heavily curled, frilly, bright green leaves are great for salad mix or full-size bunches. Mustardy hot taste mellows when cooked. Similar to Green Giant but not quite as heat tolerant. Ready to harvest in 21 days as baby leaf or 40 as full grown.
Southern Giant Curled 500 Open Pollinated Seeds
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