Sunday, 20 November 2011

Chinese mustard

It's the first time I've grown this - the variety is "Green in Snow" - and it's turning out to be a useful green for this time of the year. It can be eaten raw when it has a spicy taste, stir fried or boiled like spinach. Chinese greens need sowing after midsummer or they bolt and go to seed - I sowed these at the beginning of August. It'll be interesting to see if it really is green in the snow.

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