Mustard, Ragged Edge


in 2.5” bio-pot

Out of stock


An old favorite that produces fine quality salad greens. Leaves are long, narrow, deeply cut, and ruffled. Though it bolts early it has the best flavor.

To transplant, thoroughly wet the biodegradable pot, then break into fourths. Plant each chunk in soil about 6” apart. This gives the seedlings more room to grow, for a bigger harvest. Make sure the rim of the biodegradable pot is not sticking up above the soil, or it will wick moisture away from the plant roots – either bury the rim, or tear it off.

For baby greens, harvest the leaves when they are 4-5”, cutting just an inch or two above the soil, right above the growing tip. Baby leaves are more tender than mature leaves. Leaves that have begun to turn yellow are past their prime. By harvesting individual leaves instead of the whole plant, mustard will continue to send out new leaves for an ongoing harvest.