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Giant Red Mustard - Brassica Napus - 250 Seeds

Giant Red Mustard - Brassica Napus - 250 Seeds

R12.00

Reddish purple leaves with a sharp garlic and mustard kind of flavour. Used as any other mustard greens or leafy vegetable. A new and different flavour and it really looks good in the garden and is often used as edible landscaping. Slow to bolt. A good variety for pickling, or can be eaten stir-fried or boiled.

Greenwave Mustard Greens - Brassica juncea - 20 Seeds

Greenwave Mustard Greens - Brassica juncea - 20 Seeds

R15.00

Large, bright-green leaves with frilled edges are spicy and hot when fresh and less so when cooked. An open leaved plant that grows  upright to about 40cm.

Pak Choi (chinese) Loose Leaf - Brassica spp - 100 Seeds

Pak Choi (chinese) Loose Leaf - Brassica spp - 100 Seeds

R10.00

Also known as Bok Choy or Chinese White Cabbage. Super simple to grow and very fast maturing. A small plant that grows as well in beds as containers. It can bolt easily if it gets too hot.

Purple wave Mustard Greens - Brassica juncea - 20 Seeds

Purple wave Mustard Greens - Brassica juncea - 20 Seeds

R14.00

Frilly, textured leaves are purple-tinged with bright green stems. A cross between Osaka Purple and Green Wave Mustard by Dr. Alan Kapuler.  Spicy and hot when fresh and less so when cooked.

Southern Giant Curled Mustard Greens - Brassica juncea - 100 Seeds

Southern Giant Curled Mustard Greens - Brassica juncea - 100 Seeds

R10.00

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With crumpled, frilled edges, the bright green leaves impart a mild, mustardy flavor. The leaves of this mustard green are quite large. Spicy and hot when fresh and less so when cooked.

Tat Soi - Brassica spp - 100 Seeds

Tat Soi - Brassica spp - 100 Seeds

R11.00

A small low growing plant producing petite leaves. Can be used raw or lightly cooked. Use as you would spinach. Very easy to grow.

Tendergreen Mustard Greens - 50 Seeds

Tendergreen Mustard Greens - 50 Seeds

R13.00

Nice broad thick upright leaves that are tender. Spicy and hot when fresh and less so when cooked, but not as hot as other mustard green varieties.

Vates Collard Greens - Brassica oleracae var. acephala - 50 Seeds

Vates Collard Greens - Brassica oleracae var. acephala - 50 Seeds

R12.00

Collard is a non-heading type of cabbage. Silvery green, succulent and very slow to bolt. Best planted early like most brassicas they don't like extreme heat. Greens will be more flavorful and sweeter when grown in the cool autumn.

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