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Growing Mizuna, also Japanese Greens, Mitzuna, Mibuna

Jan F M A M J J A S O N Dec
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(Best months for growing Mizuna in USA - Zone 5a regions)

P = Sow seed

  • Easy to grow. Sow in garden. Sow seed at a depth approximately three times the diameter of the seed. Best planted at soil temperatures between 50°F and 86°F. (Show °C/cm)
  • Space plants: 6 - 8 inches apart
  • Harvest in 35-50 days.
  • Compatible with (can grow beside): Radish, lettuce

Your comments and tips

15 Mar 10, Barb (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Kay, You can buy mizuna seeds online from Eden Seeds (listed under Asian vegetables-salad greens). Also Greenharvest.com.au.
11 Mar 10, Kay (Australia - temperate climate)
Dear Sir I live in North Rockhampton near Mt Archer Mountain ,Central Queensland city , Please let me know I can I get Mitzuna seed and how can I plant. Kind egards Kay
16 May 08, Magda (Unknown climate)
There are a number of plants known by the name "Japanese Greens". There is a good list here: http://evergreenseeds.com/japanesegreens.html (Editor note: this is a US website, so it may not be possible to buy seed from this site for Australia/New Zealand)
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Ok, a silly question … when I harvest this, is it best to cut it or pull it out?

- GB

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