CABBAGE – BROAD LEAF-MUSTARD
Fine, flavourful leaves of Broadleaf mustard cabbage can be used fresh in salads & sandwiches or cooked! High in nutrients! Widely adapted vigorously productive, this variety produces large, semi-upright, spreading plants of medium-green leaves 25 to 30 cm tall with tender cream-colored midribs. Slow to bolt. The first harvest is 45 days after sowing. Mustard greens originated near the Himalayan region of northern India, where they have been growing for thousands of years. Chinese, Japanese, & African cuisine also make use of this peppery vegetable.
Direct sow 6 weeks before the last frost, or start under protection 3 weeks before that. Start 4 months before the first frost for autumn/winter crops. Cabbage likes fertile soil and steady moisture.
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