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Growing Mustard greens, also gai choy

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23 Nov 09 Erna Stein (Australia - temperate climate)
I have been growing mustard greens as a salad vegetable for a couple of years and simply love them. I have been starting them off from seedlings from the nursery however this year I've had trouble finding healthy seedlings and would prefer the convenience of growing them from seed. However I haven't had any luck in finding seeds. Can anyone tell me where I may be able to purchase them from?
07 Jun 10 woody (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Try "the lost seed' on the net, I use their seeds and have had geat success in Tassie
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