Mizuna-Early

Mizuna-Early

Brand: Whitwam Organics
Item Number: 3181-01

Regular price $3.75 On Sale

Estimated Arrival: Between Sep 29 and Oct 04. * ETA for USA only

Early-Mizuna 

 Brassica rapa var. japonic

Japanese mature mustard belongs to Brassicaceae family of plants also known as kyona mizuna. It's name is originated from the kyoto area and it is commonly grown in this region. Heat and cold tolerant, has long slender stems having dark-green texture with serrated leaves. The most beneficial thing is that you can harvest it at any stage and after cutting it can grow again. Mostly used for salad and to make your dish delicious and good looking. Excellent for ohitashi, hariharinabe pickling and salads. Mizuna and watermelon salad, with sunflower shoots, sunflower seeds, and a raspberry vinaigrette is out of this world.

Days to germination

 4-8 days

Days to maturity

40 days. Baby mizuna can be cut in 20 days

Life cycle

Most commonly Annual

Plant time

Late summer through Late winter

Spacing

8-10 inches

Sun

3-4 direct sun but avoid too hot summer

Soil temperature

46.4-64.4 degrees

Optimum soil P.H

6.5-7.0

Height

5-7 inches

Harvest

Early Fall- Late Spring

Early-Mizuna 

 Brassica rapa var. japonic

Japanese mature mustard belongs to Brassicaceae family of plants also known as kyona mizuna. It's name is originated from the kyoto area and it is commonly grown in this region. Heat and cold tolerant, has long slender stems having dark-green texture with serrated leaves. The most beneficial thing is that you can harvest it at any stage and after cutting it can grow again. Mostly used for salad and to make your dish delicious and good looking. Excellent for ohitashi, hariharinabe pickling and salads. Mizuna and watermelon salad, with sunflower shoots, sunflower seeds, and a raspberry vinaigrette is out of this world.

Days to germination

 4-8 days

Days to maturity

40 days. Baby mizuna can be cut in 20 days

Life cycle

Most commonly Annual

Plant time

Late summer through Late winter

Spacing

8-10 inches

Sun

3-4 direct sun but avoid too hot summer

Soil temperature

46.4-64.4 degrees

Optimum soil P.H

6.5-7.0

Height

5-7 inches

Harvest

Early Fall- Late Spring