Mustard,Komatsuna Seeds (Mustard Spinach) Cold hearty, heat tolerant, Asian vegetable
Approximately 11,300 Per oz
Cold hearty, heat tolerant, and sweet, this easy-to-tend green is a must for all seasons
Komatsuna is a typical Japanese leafy vegetable. It is often called Japanese Mustard Spinach in the US supermarkets. Young leaves, stalks and flower shoots are used in salad and stir-fry. It is also very popular for salt pickling this vegetable in Japan. Komatsu is a fast-growing vegetable and is ready for harvest 35 days after sowing in warm climates. Plants can be grown all year round in temperate and subtropical areas.
Cultivation: Prefers mild and cool temperatures. Prepare fertile, well-drained soil. Sow seeds in late spring/early summer after last frost or late summer/early fall. Avoid hot summer planting for best results. Sow every 2 weeks for continuous harvest. Keep soil moist. Fertilize as needed. Harvest leaves and young stems when plant is about 8" tall.