Mustard Southern Giant Curled - Cornucopia Seeds
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Popular in the South, these upright plants are grown for the delicious, curly green leaves that are loaded with vitamins And C. Flavor sweetens in cool weather. Harvest in 50 days.
How to Grow Mustard Greens
Timing: Direct sow as early as four weeks before the last frost date, and continue sowing through early autumn.
Seeding: Sow the fertile seeds 5mm-1cm (1/4 - 1/2 inch deep). Mustard seeds do not require warm soil to germinate. Thin to 15-20cm (6-8 inches) apart and keep moist until established.
Growing: Nearly any relatively fertile soil in full sun (or even partial shade) will suit the Mustard family. They tend to germinate well and grow very quickly. 6.0-6.5 is the ideal PH range. Treat as cut-and-come-again, or allow plants to mature to their full size. Mustard is quite cold hardy. With frost protection, plants may produce until the following spring. If any plants bolt, remove them promptly before they set seed.