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Product Number: W447

TATSOI GREEN (45-50 days)

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Also called spinach mustard or spoon mustard, it has dark green spoon shaped leaves and white stalks. Grows in a thick rosette close to the ground and is eaten raw or added to stir-fries. May be harvested at once or the leaves can be picked individually for mixed salads. A great plant to grow in the fall into winter as it can withstand temperatures down to 15°. 50 seeds

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10/12/2018
Thomas Y.
United States

Disappointed

I’m in zone 9b and plant all leafy greens in September. I got mediocre germination from these seeds as well as Yukina Savoy which were in the same order. For the number of seeds , they were overpriced and I will likely buy from other sources going forward

LM
02/11/2018
LouAnn McArtor
Colonial Beach, VA

Must be good.

Mine looked just like the picture. I was hoping the leaves were bigger like the ones from a local produce grower. I'm afraid the bugs got to eat more than I did. I needed to pick earlier and watch carefully

BM
01/24/2018
Barb M.
Crestwood, KY 40014

This one's a keeper!

Beautiful plant with a rich clean flavor. Easy to grow.

GA
01/20/2018
GITA A.
United States

First Time grower of Tatsoi Green

I was thrilled! Not only is the edible part a treat, but the plants are very ornamental too. The plants lasted a long time, even when the weather around here got cold. Needless to say, the seeds are on my shopping list for the 2018 growing season.

GA
01/20/2018
GITA A.
United States

First Time grower of Tatsoi Green

I was thrilled! Not only is the edible part a treat, but the plants are very ornamental too. The plants lasted a long time, even when the weather around here got cold. Needless to say, the seeds are on my shopping list for the 2018 growing season.

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