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Black Mustard (Brassica nigra) is a variety of Mustard Greens with black Mustard Seeds. Black Mustard is grown in Argentina, Chile, the US and some European countries. Availability Black Mustard Greens are available all year long. Cultivation Mustard Greens have some...
Chop Suey Greens, also known as Tong Ho, Kikuna (Japanese), Ssukgat (Korean), Garland Chrysanthemums, or Chrysanthemum Greens (Chrysanthemum coronarium), refers to aromatic, spicy, sweet, young, dark green leaves with flat, serrated leaves that are used extensively in Chinese,...
Ethiopian Mustard (Brassica carinata), also known as Abssinian Mustard, is a hybrid brassica Mustard Green created from Black Mustard (Brassica nigra) and Wild Cabbage (Brassica Oleracea). In Ethiopia, Ethiopian Mustard is grown as an Oil crop. In fact, on October 29, 2012 a jet airplane...
Gai Choy (Brassica juncea var foliosa), also known as Kai Choy, Kai Choi and Takana is a Chinese Mustard Green that has deep green, broad-leafed cabbage-like leaves and is popular in Taiwanese Cuisine. In cooler weather the leaves may curl inwards to form a head of sorts. Gai...
Komatsuna (Brassica rapa var. komatsuna or perviridis), also known as Japanese Mustard Spinach, and Mustard Spinach, Komatsuna is a Leafy Green, an Asian Green and a brassica Mustard Green that is closely related to the Turnip. The leaves of Komatsuna are dark green with light green,...
Mizuna (Brassica Juncea var. Japonica), also known as Pot Herb Mustard, and Kyona, is a type of Mustard Green widely grown in Japan. Mizuna Mustard Greens are yellow-green, with deeply notched almost feathery leaves. Mizuna can grow up to 12 to 18 inches in height 38.1 cm to 45.7...
Mustard Greens (Brassica juncea variety rugosa) also known as Indian Mustard, Chinese Mustard and Leaf Mustard is a type of mustard plant with edible leaves, stem and seeds. Mustard greens originated in the Himalayan region of India and have been consumed for more than 5,000...
Southern Giant Curled Mustard, also known as “Ostrich Plume,” “Green Mustard,” “Green Mustard Cabbage” or “Southern Curled,” is a sub-species of Mustard Greens with bright green, long, wide, oval leaves that are curled and fringed on the...
Tah Tsai (Brassica rapa Perviridis), also known as Komatsuna and Mustard Spinach, is a dark green brassica Mustard Green with 6 inch (15.24 cm) or longer concave leaves. Cultivation Tah Tsai is very mild and easy to grow. Depending on the climate, it can grow all year long. In cooler...
White Mustard (B. hirta/Sinapis alba) is the mildest variety of Mustard Greens with white/yellow Mustard Seeds. White Mustard grows wild in North Africa, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, Europe, and has been spread further afield by trade and long years of...