A more or less traditional mustard with broad, blistered leaves highlighted in red. Left to grow, the leaves become big and bold and are a tasty addition to stir fries. They are also ideal for salads when harvested at a smaller, and more tender, size.
Like other mustards, Red Giant should be sown mid to late summer for outdoor crops, and early autumn for an overwintered crop in a tunnel or greenhouse.
Note: Mustards can be quite pungent, especially when eaten raw. Their pungency, however, differs considerably depending on growing conditions, plant part and age of the plant.
Approx. number of seeds per pack: 300
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