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Milder flavor than other varieties
High bolt resistance
Upright plants make harvest easy
Leafy greens are a welcome springtime treat—and this is one of our favorite mustard greens. Southern Giant Curled Long Standing Mustard Green has a milder, spicy-mustard flavor than other varieties. Its heavily curled leaves on upright plants make harvest easy, and its high bolt resistance extends the picking season. This is an excellent performer in all areas of the South. Packed with vitamins A and C, mustard greens are best-tasting when harvested young. This cool season crop can be grown in the spring and fall gardens. For a continuous harvest, plant seeds about every two weeks. 45-50 DAYS
Botanical Name: Brassica juncea 'Southern Giant Curled Long Standing'
Height: 18 - 24 inches.
Spacing: 6 - 12 inches between plants; 15 - 24 inches between rows.
Depth:1/4 - 1/2 inch
Light Required:Full Sun
Yield: big yields
Size: 250 Seed Pkt
Days To Maturity: 45 - 50 Days
Form: Vegetable, Mustard green, open pollinated.
Soil Requirements: Rich, well drained soil.
I own a small town country store and I buy my loose garden seeds in bulk and measure them by scoops based on volume not weight. I use the Keystone Seed Scoop "A" for 1/2 ounce and "B" for 1 ounce.
From Beets to Zucchini you will get more seeds for less money than from pre packed seed packs! Small seeds are sold by the scoop and are measured by volume not weight in both 1/2 oz and 1 oz scoops. PLEASE READ THIS LIVE PRODUCT WARRANTY BEFORE ORDERING OUR SEED Seed is a live product which depends on many important related grower skills such as, proper planting time, seed depth, type of soil, irrigation, proper use of fertilizers, weed controls, fungicides, insecticides, disease free soil, and reasonable weather conditions during the growing period. These factors are totally out of the seller's control and are the growers responsibility and risk. Our seed cannot be unconditionally guaranteed to perform properly - regardless of weather conditions or the growers methods or mistakes.