Organic Mustard Seeds
Though growing mustard greens is most popular in the South, don't let that dampen your enthusiasm! You can add a flavorful, spicy kick to your diet when you learn how to grow mustard greens, which thrive in cool spring and fall weather. Eaten raw, mustard greens add a peppery spice in salads. Cooked, they can be steamed, stir-fried or sauteed and carry a spinach flavor.
Like all greens, mustard is very healthy and filled with vitamins. It's a good source of vitamins A, K, C and E, folic acid, calcium and fiber. Grow mustard in your garden for the easy-to-harvest greens, and the same plant will produce mustard seeds for a secondary harvest later on. Our Mustard Seeds are on sale, by the packet or in bulk!