Asian Greens

GARDENER’S NOTES: Asian Greens of all kinds love cool weather, making them a great choice for greens first thing in spring and well into autumn. Depending on which part of the plants you use, fast-growing Asian greens can step into several culinary roles. Direct seed or transplant in early spring with about 2” spacing and thin to 6-8”, although it tolerates closer sowing for baby greens. To harvest, cut whole plant loose from tap root at the soil line. Light frost tolerance.

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      Asian Greens Seeds - Mizuna, ORGANIC

      Brassica rapa Delicately serrated leaves are bright green with white ribs and have a mild spice. Makes an elegant salad. Plant early spring or late summer. Harvest by clipping above...

      Asian Greens Seeds - Hong Vit, ORGANIC

      Raphanus sativus While technically a radish, this variety is grown for its delicious greens, which unlike their rooted siblings are hairless and without an overly spicy bite. Hong Vit does...