It is mainly grows as an annual plant. The plant grows in a rosette with fringed or deeply serrated leaves. There are green and purple-leafed varieties.
|Common Name ||Japanese mustard greens, spider mustard|
|Height ||Up to 22cm|
|Flower Colour ||Yellow|
|Bloom Time ||Approximately after 40 days of sowing|
|Difficulty Level ||Easy to grow|
Planting and care
- Keep cutting regularly to produce a continuous crop of small young leaves
Look for beetles, aphids, slugs
Apply insecticide if the plant gets affected
Water well, before the onset of drought
- You can sow them directly into the soil, where they are to grow, in short rows once the previous row has germinated, from March to August
- Acclimatize slowly to outdoor conditions
- Thin to 5cm apart
- Sow plants 30 to 40cm apart for harvesting at maturity
- Row spacing at about 23cm
|Sunlight ||Full sun or partial shade|
|Soil ||Well-drained, sandy or loamy soil|
|Temperature ||15 to 30 degrees C|
|Fertilizer ||Use any organic fertilizer.|
|Harvest Season ||It can be harvested within 3 to 5 weeks of sowing.|
Mizuna special feature
It can be grown in space.
- It can be grown as an ornamental plant for its attractive foliage and flowers
- It is more popular in Japan
- It is fantastic salad filler
- Flowers also edible
Frequently Asked Questions
How tall do mizuna grow?
On average mizuna grows Up to 22cm
What color are mizuna?
A mizuna plant bears flowers of color Yellow
How hard is mizuna to grow?
How much sunlight does a mizuna need?
A mizuna prefers Full sun or partial shade
How much water does a mizuna need?
A mizuna prefers watering Moderate
What kind of soil does a mizuna need?
Well-drained, sandy or loamy soil
What temperature does a mizuna like?
How should I fertilize my mizuna?
Use any organic fertilizer.
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