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Asian Greens

Asian Green
Garland Serrated ChrysanthemumNew catalog listings coming in early December
3203 Glebionis coronaria (40 days) Open-pollinated. Japanese Shungiku prized for small grey-green leaves and 5" yellow flowers, both edible. Sow in spring. read more

Chinese Cabbages

Chinese Cabbage
BluesNew catalog listings coming in early December
3225 Brassica rapa (52 days) F-1 hybrid. Pungent Chinese cabbage. Bolt-resistant and disease resistant. read more
Chinese Cabbage
Fun JenNew catalog listings coming in early December
3224 Brassica rapa (45 days) Open-pollinated. Japanese heirloom. Lettucy-type Chinese cabbage with semi-loose conical light yellow-green ruffled 6X10" heads. Excellent frost resistance; bolts in heat. read more
Chinese Cabbage
Red DragonNew catalog listings coming in early December
3230 Brassica rapa
(60 days) F-1 hybrid. When Nikos spied this striking purple-red 10" Chinese cabbage one autumn in the farm-to-table garden of a NY... read more
Chinese Cabbage
Tokyo Bekana - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3222 Brassica rapa (chinensis group) (20 days baby, 45 days full size) Open-pollinated. Lettucy pale green ruffled leaves. Mild, sweet. Will re-grow after cuttings. Cold hardy. read more
Chinese Cabbage
Yokatta-NaNew catalog listings coming in early December
3223 Brassica rapa (narinosa group) (21 days baby, 45 days mature) F-1 hybrid. Mild deep green tender leaves used raw or cooked. Good season extension. Excellent tolerance to heat, cold and moisture. read more

Mustards

Mustard
Chinese Thick-Stem - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3257 Brassica juncea (47 days mesclun, 62 full size) Open-pollinated. Sweet succulent ribs and moderately pungent winter-hardy greens. Good for summer mesclun; excellent cut-and-come-again. read more
Mustard
Early Mizuna - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3226 Brassica rapa (japonica group) (40 days) Open-pollinated. Japanese heirloom. Deeply cut fringed leaves on slender white stalks. Use as cut-and-come-again, succession plantings and baby leaf production. read more
Mustard
Garnet Giant - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3217 Brassica juncea
(20 days baby; 45 days mature) Open-pollinated. Despite its name, this mustard is a favorite for cutting at its dark purple baby... read more
Mustard
Golden Frill - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3236 Brassica juncea (20 days baby, 40 days mature) Open-pollinated. Light golden-green leaves are curled and lacy. Mustard zing. Resists bolting in heat. read more
Mustard
Green WaveNew catalog listings coming in early December
3243 Brassica juncea (45 days) Open-pollinated. Best-adapted mustard for northern climates. Hot mustardy flavor. Will come back when cut. Slow to bolt. Can be overwintered. read more
Mustard
Hon Tsai TaiNew catalog listings coming in early December
3205 Brassica rapa (37 days) Open-pollinated. Produces many pencil-thick deep purple flowering shoots with pleasing mild mustard flavor. Grows best in cool weather. read more
Mustard
Lady MurasakiNew catalog listings coming in early December
3216 Brassica rapa
(45 days) Open-pollinated. Lady Murasaki, the courtly author of The Tale of Genji, considered one of the world’s first and finest... read more
Mustard
Maruba SantohNew catalog listings coming in early December
3209 Brassica rapa (pekinensis group) (35 days) Open-pollinated. Loose round chartreuse leaves, flat white stems, and blossoms, all edible. Can be cut small for mesclun. Fair bolt tolerance. read more
Mizspoona Salad Selects Gene Pool - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3229 Brassica rapa (40 days) Open-pollinated. Medium-dark green variably shaped leaves. Zingy. Excellent for salads or braised. read more
Mustard
Osaka Purple - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3247 Brassica juncea (45 days) Open-pollinated. Purple-streaked foliage and succulent broad stems. Spicy. Used for mesclun and braising. read more
Mustard
Pink Lettucy Mustard Gene Pool - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3239 Brassica rapa (40 days) Open-pollinated. Variations of greens with pink or purple pigments in midribs. Adds color and mild tangy flavor to mixes. Can be overwintered. read more
Mustard
Purple Rapa Mix Gene Pool - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3249 Brassica alboglabra
(45 days) Another of Frank Morton’s distinctive gene pools, a select population from crossing Pink Lettucy and Wong Bok with... read more
Mustard
Red Giant - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3245 Brassica juncea (integlifolia group) (45 days) Open-pollinated. Japanese heirloom. Large purple-tinted savoyed leaves. Peppery flavor. Standard mesclun ingredient. Cold tolerant. read more
Mustard
Ruby Streaks - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3227 Brassica juncea (40 days) Open-pollinated. Bold purple-blushed delicately serrated mizuna-type leaves with sweet an spicy flavor. For spring and fall plantings. Bolts in heat. read more
Mustard
SenposaiNew catalog listings coming in early December
3218 Brassica rapa (40 days) F-1 hybrid. Open plant habit with round, medium-green leaves. Spring sowings will tolerate drought and heat into the Fall. Can be overwintered in warm climates. read more
Mustard
TatsoiNew catalog listings coming in early December
3220 Brassica rapa (narinosa group) (45 days) Open-pollinated. Spoon-shaped dark green leaves in compact rosettes. Very hardy. Will come back when cut. read more
Mustard
Tatsoi - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3221 Brassica rapa (narinosa group) (45 days) Open-pollinated. Spoon-shaped dark green leaves in compact rosettes. Very hardy. Will come back when cut. read more
Toraziroh - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3253 Brassica alboglabra (45 days) Open-pollinated. Prolific yields of large very dark green leaves with distinctively pungent Pac Choy-flavored stems. Slow to bolt. read more
White-Flowered KailaanNew catalog listings coming in early December
3204 Brassica oleracea (45-60 days) F-1 hybrid. Also called Chinese Broccoli. Grown for succulent stems and leaves. Uses and flavor similar to broccoli. Tolerant to heat and cold. read more
Mustard
Yukina Savoy - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3219 Brassica rapa
(45 days full size; 21 baby) This Asian green has a Japanese name that could be written ‘snow, vegetable’ or ‘fortune, endure.’ The... read more

Pac Choi

Pac Choi
Joi ChoiNew catalog listings coming in early December
3273 Brassica rapa (chinensis group) (50 days) F-1 hybrid. Uniform pac choi heads with dark green leaves and thick succulent basal stems. For summer and fall crops. read more
Prize Choy - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
3270 Brassica rapa (chinensis group) (50 days) Open-pollinated. Classy pac choi with celery-like white stems and vase-shaped 15-18" tall heads. Succulent stems and tender greens. read more
Pac Choi
Purple Pac ChoiNew catalog listings coming in early December
3264 Brassica rapa (chinensis group) (48 days) F-1 hybrid. Most vigorous and darkest-hued strain. Purple leaves with green veins and stems. 8-10" heads at maturity. read more
ShukoNew catalog listings coming in early December
3260 Brassica rapa (chinensis group) (45 days) F-1 hybrid. Vase-shaped 6-12" tall baby pac choi with broad green stems and dark green leaves. Like cool temperatures, but resists bolting in heat. read more

Radishes - Leaf & Pod

Radishes - Leaf & Pod
Rat-tail - OrganicNew catalog listings coming in early December
2264 Raphanus sativus var. caudatus (50 days) Open-pollinated. Asian heirloom, Specialty. Grown for its immature purple-green pungent seed pods. Harvest young for best quality. read more

Shiso

Red ShisoNew catalog listings coming in early December
3283 Perilla frutescens var. crispa (85 days) Open-pollinated. Ornamental and edible purplish-red cinnamon-scented leaves. Used in sushi, sauces, garnishes, pickles and stir-fries. Colors umeboshi plums red. read more