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 10°C and 30°C. (Show °F/in)
  • Space plants: 15 - 20 cm apart
  • Harvest in 35-50 days.
  • Compatible with (can grow beside): Radish, lettuce

Your comments and tips

03 Dec 10, Hugo Tissera (Australia - temperate climate)
I live in Melbourne. Want to find an easy method of growing mizuna in a simple hydroponic set up under cover and hopefully grow right round the year. How long is the cropping period? What can be done to delay the plants going to seed? Your advice on this matter is much appreciated. Thanks. Hugo
19 May 13, Jeff (Australia - temperate climate)
Hugo, I live in Sydney and grow Mizuna hydroponically all year 'round. Typically I re-seed 3-4 times a year. If you harvest heavily the plants will re-shoot. I grow in cups of perlite and just sprinkle seeds sparingly on the medium. The perlite takes up the nutrient and the roots grow down through the perlite to the water level. Beware of excess heat though. Growth slows (but continues) through winter.
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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