Easily one of the prettiest varieties of mustard, and possibly one of the most elegant vegetables for the garden! This mustard grows in rosettes of dark green, spoon-shaped leaves. Excellent in a salad or a stir-fry. Plant seed in spring after the threat of frost has passed. Keep well watered and out of the heat to prevent bolting. The best soil is one that is well-draining with lots of compost for good root penetration.
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