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Burpee 68061 Greens Chop Suey Seed Packet
Mix includes: 41% Oriental mustards, 22% kale, 13% bunching onion, 9% arugula, 8% Chinese cabbage & 7% lettuce. Tangy. START INDOORS-8 weeks before last anticipated frost. Sow seeds 1/4" deep in seed starting formula and keep evenly moist. Seedling emerge in 14-21 days. Transplant to individual containers when seedlings have at least two pairs of leaves.

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Mixed Greens - Japanese
The very best greens from Asia's age-old cultivators. 12% Amaranthus Tricolor Green Calaloo, 24% Mizuna, 20% Tatsoi, 20% Pak Choy, 6% Green Giant Mustard, 12% Red Giant Mustard, 6% Osaka Purple Mustard. Mix includes award-winning summer and winter greens that are rich in carotenes, calcium, fiber, and also have potassium and folic acid.

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Ferry-Morse 3241 Organic Seed Collection, Greens
This Ferry-Morse seed packet contains an organic greens collection which come ready to plant. Includes 1 each of Romaine Lettuce, Bibb Lettuce, Mustard Greens, Swiss Chard, and Spinach packets.

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Kitazawa Garland Serrate Leaved Chrysanthemum Greens Seeds
This highly valued Japanese vegetable green is an edible chrysanthemum and has serrated, dark-green aromatic leaves. The serrated leaf type has a flavor that is stronger than the round leaf type and intensifies with maturity. This easy to grow, cool weather plant has high yields and produces many side shoots.

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Kitazawa Garland Round Leaved Chrysanthemum Greens Seeds
This highly valued Japanese green is an edible chrysanthemum also known as shungiku. The large, medium green oblong leaves are less serrated and have a milder flavor than the serrated-leaf varieties. An easy to grow plant that can also be used for microgreens and baby greens. The closer to flowering, the more pungent the flavor becomes.

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Kitazawa Oasis Chrysanthemum Greens Seeds
Edible chrysanthemum green is a traditional vegetable of Japan. Oasis has small, deeply serrated, dark-green aromatic leaves and is more productive, vigorous, and branched than many other varieties. This easy to grow plant can also be used for sprouting and baby greens.

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Kitazawa Green Spray Mibuna Seeds
This Japanese hybrid mibuna variety produces a cluster of long, narrow, rounded dark green leaves. It will tolerate cool temperatures. Used for pickling, salad and steaming, this crisp Japanese green has a mild mustard flavor. Delicious lightly cooked and seasoned with soy sauce, sesame oil and a little vinegar.

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Kitazawa Early Mibuna Seeds
This traditional (heirloom) Japanese green vegetable, dento yasai, is cultivated in Mibu, Kyoto prefecture. An early open pollinated variety, this vigorous grower produces a dense cluster of long, narrow, rounded, dark green leaves. The delicious leaves have a mild mustard flavor.

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Kitazawa Hybrid Misome Seeds
Misome has savoyed, dark glossy green leaves and an upright growth habit. Used for pickling, stir-fry and salad. This fast grower makes wonderful Japanese tsukemono pickles and can be used in a variety of Japanese and Chinese cooking styles.

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Kitazawa Choho Misome Seeds
This Japanese hybrid has dark green semi-wrinkled leaves with an upright growth habit. Sow this all-season crop seeds in spring to early fall. Use in salad, stir-fries or pickled. Perfect for many types of Japanese and Chinese cuisine.

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Kitazawa Natsu Rakuten Komatsuna Seeds
This popular traditional Japanese komatsuna hybrid has glossy, thick dark green leaves and an upright growing habit. Summer Fest is recommended from March to October sowing. It may be suitable if the temperatures are similar in the winter in sub-tropic areas but, it is not considered an all year round variety in general. Used in stir-fry or steamed. Young leaves of this mild, tender green are delicious in salads and in Japanese dishes.

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Kitazawa Red Komatsuna Seeds
This spinach mustard hybrid is an excellent choice for baby leaf greens. It can also be used for micro-greens. The leaf coloring is distinct— purplish- red on the top and green with red veins underneath. The tender leaves are round and relatively flat, growing uniformly from bright green upright stems.

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Kitazawa Green Boy Hybrid Komatsuna Seeds
This popular traditional Japanese green has tender deep green leaves, sturdy petioles and a mild flavor that tastes like a combination of spinach and Asian mustard. This variety is preferred by Japan growers because of its cold tolerance and can be grown year round in mild areas. In colder areas, the days to maturity lengthe as the weather cools.

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Kitazawa Egyptian Spinach Molokhia Seeds
This "food of kings" dates back to the time of the pharaohs, when an Egyptian king drank it in soup to recover from an illness. Today, it is the most widely eaten vegetable in Egypt, where it is often cooked with rabbit broth, garlic and coriander and served with baked rabbits and rice. Modern Egyptians also use Molokhia to make a soup prepared since ancient times with the same spices but with lamb, beef or duck. Molokhia is considered to be extremely nutritious.

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Kitazawa Hattorikun Radish Seeds
These Japanese radish leaves are tender and almost hairless with good flavor. This variety was developed specifically for its leaves, which are highly nutritious. These young and tender radish leaves can be eaten raw in salads, stir-fried or steamed.

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Kitazawa Saisai Purple Radish Seeds
The excellent flavor of this Japanese red-stemmed radish leaf will be noticed. The tender green leaves are rounded with slightly scalloped edges and are used still attached to the contrasting stem. This hybrid was developed to use as a baby leaf green. Plants are slow to bolt and can be grown year-round in milder climates. Saisai Purple is also perfect for sprouting. Distinctive for its color and flavor, Saisai Purple is a handsome and nutritious addition to a salad or stir-fry.

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