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Mustard seeds - 'Florida Broadleaf'


Everwilde Farms A Native Wildflower Seed Farm (1 product)
Fine, flavorful leaves of Florida Broadleaf can be used fresh in salads and sandwiches or cooked! High in nutrients! Widely adapted and vigorously productive, this variety produces large, semi-upright, spreading plants of medium-green leaves 10 to

Mustard seeds - 'Red Giant'


Everwilde Farms A Native Wildflower Seed Farm (1 product)
Color up your salad with these popular red mustard greens and add some tasty zest, as well! Leaves are tender, and maroon in color with light green midribs and narrow stems. Winter hardy and slow to bolt. Full size leaf harvest in 45 days.

Mustard seeds - 'Southern Giant Curled'


Everwilde Farms A Native Wildflower Seed Farm (1 product)
Southern Giant Curled mustard's mild flavor is best in cool weather, and a great addition to your vegetable garden and your salad! Delicious when cooked like spinach! Large, fast-growing plants have good resistance to bolting and produce big,

Mustard seeds - 'Tendergreen'


Everwilde Farms A Native Wildflower Seed Farm (1 product)
A heavy producer, Tendergreen is a cross between mustard and spinach that can be harvested 40 days after sowing. Tendergreen is one of the better varieties for greens with its mild flavor and drought resistance! Glossy green leaves can be used




 







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