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Growing Mustard greens, also gai choy

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16 May 09 trish mann (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I've been growing mustard greens as a salad vegetable for a few years and find they come up in surprising places. Very hardy to grow summer or winter- great crunchy stem with slightly hot mustard flavour. The initial seeds came from a punnet of salad greens which I let go to seed.
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