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...

      Chinese Cabbage Seeds - Michihili

      Brassica rapa The most popular open-pollinated Chinese cabbage available! Sweet and crunchy, this all-purpose cabbage is excellent for fermenting, stir-fry, steaming, roasting, wrapping, oh the list goes on! 14" high...

      Asian Greens Seeds - Mizuna, Red Streaked

      Brassica rapa Serrated red and green mottled leaves are a stand out in the garden and on the plate. Plant in early spring or late summer. Harvest by clipping above...

      Asian Greens Seeds - Tatsoi

      Brassica rapa Rosettes of attractive, deep green spoon-shaped leaves on narrow white stems. Delicious in salads and stir fry dishes. Cold tolerant and excellent for overwintering. Direct seed in mid...

      Asian Greens Seeds - Baby Choi, ORGANIC

      Sold out for the 2021 season Brassica rapa Stems are more slender than regular pak choi, but just as tasty. Fast growing with dark green spoon shaped leaves. Cold tolerant....