Green leaf with serrated edges. Tastes like spicy spinach.
Brassicas can be annual, biennial or perennial plants, most are upright with alternate, often glaucous leaves, long taproots and clusters of cross-shaped, yellow or white flowers. The genus includes a number of species bred to produce food crops, such as cabbages, turnips, mustards and oilseed rape, as well as others grown for their ornamental value
Spring vegetable. The plants bolter very early during summer. The leaves can turn yellow when given too little fertilization. The yellow leaves can be eaten. This variety is excellent for stews or raw consumption in a salad.
|Light, Full, 4-6 Hours / Day
|Heady, 6 Gal / Week
|Short, 35-55 Days
|Ph Neutral, 5.5-6.8
|12 Plants, 3 Per Row