Mizuna is closely related to Mibuna. It produces pencil thin white stalks with serrated, dark green leaves that are an excellent addition to mixed salads.
A very prolific cropper which will reform after cutting, sow Mizuna seeds on a cut and come again basis.
|Mizuna Sowing Guidelines |
|When to Sow Seeds: ||June - October |
|Germination Temperature: ||12C + |
|Cover Seed: ||Yes |
|Time to Germinate: ||5 - 7 Days |
|Frost Hardy: ||Best Protected |
|Spacing Between Plants: ||5cm - for picking leaves young. |
15cm - for growing full heads.
|Row Spacing ||10cm - for young leaves |
30cm - for full heads