This rare, fast-growing heirloom mustard from South China is prized for its tender, mild mustard flavor, sumptuous in soups and stirfries. Excellent early spring green with wonderful nutrition. Superior source of antioxidants, minerals and vitamins, particularly vitamin K, which provides anti-inflammatory benefits. Considered a Sher Li Hon type of Chinese mustard with a sweet, slightly peppery flavor, it grows to about 18 inches.
Direct seed in the ground as soon as soil can be worked in spring, when soil temp is about 40 ℉. Plant 1/4" deep and 20 seeds per foot. Thin plants for greens when very young and later just snip off outer leaves as desired. Plant in fall for early spring emergence. Cover with at least 2 inches mulch.