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Asian Greens - Giant Red Mustard

5 reviews

Usually available: April to November

Life cycle: Annual
Height: 90cm
Position: Sun / part shade
Soil preference: Moist / well drained

This is how we pack and send your Herb Plants to all states except TAS & WA



You will receive
- 1 Giant Red Mustard Herb Plant in a 50 X 75mm tube - General growing instructions

All of our Herb Plants are grown organically with certified organic potting mixes and fertilizers

Botanical Name: Brassica juncea

Giant Red Mustard is a large, leafy vegetable which may reach up to 90cm in height. The leaf colour is striking and the rich red- purple, deeply textured leaves are contrasted by the bright green of the central vein. The leaves are tender and succulent, while the stems are crunchy. Its origins are in China, as with the many other mustard greens which are often naturalized in Japan. This is a very attractive dual use plant for any garden, even if it never finds a use in the kitchen.

Growing Conditions

Giant Red Mustard is a hardy plant that can grow in full sun to part shade. It requires moist, but well drained fertile soil. All mustard greens, but especially the red varieties, are considered to be cool season annuals. When mature, it is capable of growing under snow coverage in cold climates as long as temperatures remain above freezing. This vegetable green is an annual plant that readily self seeds, but new seed can be planted when required. Harvesting is possible all year in the right climate, with seeds best planted in spring and autumn when it is not too hot or too cold. Giant Red Mustard may be harvested 6-8 weeks from planting. It is slow to bolt, which is beneficial in warm regions. Plants should be spaced from 3 to 20cm apart, depending on whether leaves will be harvested young or when mature.

Culinary Uses

Giant Red Mustard is the spiciest of the mustard greens and tastes a little like horse radish. It can be used fresh or raw and has many uses including as pickles, vegetable and fruit dishes, in soups, green salads and in stir fry dishes. Blend the leaves with oil to make a hot mustard sauce. For a milder taste, harvest young leaves at about 15cm in length. Prior to use, the leaves can be immersed in water for 5 minutes after picking them, in order to allow them to ‘plump up.’

All information provided on this website is for informational purposes only. Please seek professional advice before commencing any treatment.

Delivery

Our shipping costs are a flat rate, meaning you can add any amount of products to your order and you will pay the same.

Regular Post - $10.95
Express Post - $12.95 (If your order contains a plant express is required)

HERB PLANTS

We send (Australia wide, excluding Western Australia and Tasmania):

Monday and Tuesday (for all zones)

OTHER PRODUCTS

We send (Australia wide):

Monday to Friday

*Subjected to actual conditions. Find out more about our Delivery information.

Returns

We want you to be thrilled with your purchase from us. If you are not satisfied with an item and need to return it, we're here to help.

Herb Plants
- If you are unhappy with the quality of Herb plants they must be photographed on the day of receiving and emailed to us within 24 hours.

Find out more about our Returns & Refunds.

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Filter Reviews:
    JA
    05/16/2021
    Julie A.
    Australia Australia
    A variety of healthy organic herbs flourishing.

    Thank you for your swift turn fulfilment fo the order. The herbs are healthy and growing well.

    CB
    04/16/2021
    Carolyn B.
    Australia Australia
    Healthy plants delivered fadt

    Robust mustard greens that waited for the right moon before planting... are now thriving

    RW
    08/14/2020
    Ruth W.
    Australia Australia
    Mustard

    This has really taken off since planting, looks amazing