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Mustard Greens - Green Wave Var. Brassica juncea, Sheffield's Seed Co., Inc.
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Brassica juncea

var. Green wave

Green Wave Mustard

In Stock: 0.999 lb (Total:0.999lb)
  • Brassica juncea Green wave

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Brassica juncea Green wave


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Growing Info

Scarification: none required
Stratification: none required
Germination: sow seed, cover lightly, keep moist, Germ. within 1 to 3 mos. at 13 c.

Looking for a versatile and easy-to-grow plant that adds flavor and nutrition to your meals? Look no further than Brassica juncea var. Green Wave, also known as Green Wave Mustard. This annual plant grows up to 0.8 meters tall and is hardy to zone 7, meaning it can thrive in a variety of soil types and climates. It blooms from June to August and produces hermaphroditic, pollinated flowers, followed by black fruit/seeds in late summer.
Green Wave Mustard is a versatile and must-have plant in your garden. It grows well in light, medium, and heavy soils, with acidic, neutral, or basic pH levels, and can tolerate very acidic or alkaline soils. The plant can flourish in sunny or semi-shaded areas, requires moist soil, and is self-fertile. It has a rapid growth rate and boasts a dense, coarse, and dark green foliage that is distinctively spicy; it adds a unique flavor to soups, salads, and stir-fries. Green Wave Mustard is also low in C:N ratio and high in protein content.
Introduced to North America as a part of the culinary tradition of the Deep South, Green Wave Mustard has taken root in American culture and is now widely available for contracting. As an annual plant, it is perfect for farmers and gardeners looking to add variety to their crop rotation and introduce something new to their table. Experiment with using Green Wave Mustard as a spice, or add its leaves to sandwiches as a tasty and nutritious alternative to other greens. So why wait? Add Brassica juncea var. Green Wave to your garden and weekly menu!

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