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Growing Mustard greens, also gai choy

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15 Feb 14 chris lamprell (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Where can I find some seeds or a plant as nurseries don't seem to stock it Chris
16 Mar 14 sandy (Australia - temperate climate)
hey chris, i like greenpatch seeds. i just bought mustard greens from them. my order took awhile because of state quarantine rules, but their customer service person let me know in advance. this is the second time i've ordered from them, and am really happy with them as a source of garden stuff.
17 Feb 14 warwick (Australia - temperate climate)
Ebay

hey chris, i like greenpatch seeds. i just bought mustard greens from them. my order took awhile because of state quarantine rules, but their customer service person let me know in advance. this is the second time i've ordered from them, and am really happy with them as a source of garden stuff.

- sandy

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