Harvesting Mustard Seeds
Mustard is pollinated by bees. It is best to plant a dozen or more plants as a time to maintain vigor. Mustard is much like Spinach, watch for the seedstalk to bolt up. When this happens, the seeds are found in pods in the seedstalk. You can then cut the seedstalk and remove the seeds from the pods. Seeds are harvested ANNUALLY.
Also knows as “Spinach Mustard”, “Tendergreen” is an heirloom mustard with a mild flavor that can be used just like spinach. Heat and drought resistant, “Tendergreen Mustard” seeds can be planted virtually in any zones. Very high in nutrition.
Maturity: 40 days