Tah Tsai Mustard

Tah Tsai Mustard


Brassica rapa Perviridis Group 40-50 days. A beautiful dark green 6 inch spinach mustard that is very mild and easy to grow. Sow seed spring through fall. Glossy, spoon-shaped leaves are a treat in salads, stir-fries, or steamed.

For winter harvest: Sow seed July through November.

Winter Growing Information

   Open Pollinated
Approximately 450 seeds per gram.
  • MU528/S
  • 1 gram
  • $2.75

  • MU528/P
  • 4 grams
  • $4.25

  • MU528/B
  • 1/2 oz
  • $6.95

  • MU528C1
  • 1 oz
  • $8.45

  • MU528C2
  • 1/4 lb
  • $20.40

  • MU528C3
  • 1 lb
  • $53.60
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Chinese cabbage, pac choi, and mustard greens are what typically come to mind when thinking of Oriental vegetables. But don't stop there! To the surprise of many, other vegetables and roots are truly Asian in origin as well. Because of the diverse climate throughout the Far East, many varieties grow well in most areas of North America, and we are pleased to offer a few of them here.

CULTURE: Chinese cabbage, pac choi and mustard greens are easy crops to grow if planted in early spring or late summer. They prefer cooler weather, so mid-summer plantings often lead to premature bolting. These greens are best sown directly into a fertile, well-dug, smooth seedbed. Mark your rows 18-24 inches apart. Make a furrow 6 inches deep and sprinkle 1/2 cup of our complete fertilizer per 10 row feet in the bottom of the furrow. Backfill the furrow and plant the seed 1/4 inch deep. Days to emergence: 2-15. Optimum soil temperature for germination: 40-75°F. Keep the bed uniformly moist. Thin to a distance of 6-12 inches between plants. If transplanting, use 1/2 cup of our complete fertilizer around each plant.
INSECTS: Watch for flea beetles. Cover with Reemay or Grow Guard 20, or spray regularly with Pyrethrin.
SEED SPECS: Approximately 450 seeds per gram.
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Fall Favorite
Mar 4, 2013  |  By Tatiana Podstavkova
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This was definitely my favorite in my autumn garden! I loved the shape; the taste was great! Frost hardy - I picked the last batch second week of November (I'm in northern Illinois)! Keeps for quite a while in the refrigerator.