Mild and sweet enough for salads, the thin, light-green, feathery leaves are deeply-cut but not curled. Plants grow vigorously so thin to at least 20cm (8"). Cut the whole plant about an inch above the ground and it will re-grow or pick individual leaves. Mizuna mustard seeds can be planted for cut and come again harvests, or grow to full size. Plant in late summer and provide frost protection - it will grow even under low light conditions. Note that it will bolt in April if overwintered. Mizuna works well in containers, and makes excellent, fast-growing microgreens and baby leaf salad greens.