Product Number: W336
I wasn't exactly sure how to use them, but I tried a raw leaf , found them to have a mild mustardy flavor so , I sautéed them with the garlic scapes and chives:DELISCIOUS! ty for carrying them, I need info on seed saving though. HC
Can you send another catalog to my summer address? David Driskell, 115 Johnson Road Falmouth, ME 04105 Evidently you had a very dry spell. Most of my seeds did not germinate. None of the turnips or aAsian greens spouted. I planted here in Falmouth 3rd week in May. Thanks, David
Lots of mild greens that grow in all temperature conditions . Hot greenhouse in the summer and unheated with thin agrabond cover in the winter in zone 5. Never bolt as long as they dont get to dry. Does anyone know the official scientific name for this plant ?
I have been growing these for a number of years, in two different gardens. These greens are large and resilient, tolerant to a range of conditions. They produce lots of very big leaves! Their flavor is very mild-- I generally describe it as green, without any bitterness or assertive notes of any kind. As such, it's a good green to add into dishes where you want the vegetable, but not strong flavors. I planted about a 4 foot row of this variety, and had more greens than I could eat.
I liked the taste and flavor of the Holland greens. I would recommend it to grow.