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Japanese mustard, also named Mizuna cabbage. Sweet, mild pepper flavor. Traditionally used in soups, salads and stir-fries. Also grown as an ornemental plant for its attractive feathery leaves.
Does not like the heat. It is best to grow early in spring or in the fall.
Black salsify or Spanish salsify is a vegetable cultivated for its long black skin taproot. The name Scorzonera derives from the Italian scorza (bark) and nera (black). As we can guess from its yellow flowers, the plant belongs to the Asteraceae family.
The leaves are edible too and the flowers can be eaten before they open, like small broccolis. The white flesh root may be harvested during the first or second year. To give its full potential, the plant needs to develop with enough soil profundity.
If you let it overwinter in the ground, even here in Quebec, the plant will produce flowers the following year. Once they are ripe, it will be time for you to harvest the seeds, but beware : birds, and especially goldfinch, love them!
Black salsify is rich in carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins.
Romaine lettuce speckled with red. The sweetest in our collection. 1997 First prize winner of a taste contest, among 900 other lettuce varieties. Gorgeous and supremely flavorful, many should fall under its spell.
Austrian heirloom. Its name translates as : « speckled like a trout ».
Pkt : 250 seeds.
You may be more familiar with traditional round cabbages. But once you discover collard, there is no going back! A distinguished member of the Brassica family, collard is grown for its large leaves, less curly than kale.
It can be used in a variety of ways : soups, salads, sautés, stews, pasta, juices, etc. Very nutritious, it is also an excellent source of calcium and iron.
Easier to grow than cabbage, it is a vigorous green that can withstand frost. It will even be more tastier in the cold months.
Tip : If you let collard overwinter in the garden, protected under a layer of mulch, you will harvest a provision of seeds in the following spring.
Annual herb used as a vegetable and grown for its leaves. They can be eaten raw or cooked. Cut leaves before flowers appear. The floral stems can reach 1,50 meters tall.
Orach is also known as Mountain spinach. Their taste is similar but orach is easier to grow. It will be more productive and flavorful when grown in spring and fall. It is a hardy plant and will reseed itself.
Pkt : 30 seeds.