Harvest Purple Mizuna Greens with the right techniques, and the plants will grow back for an endless supply of greens! Check out our tips below on how to harvest your personal crop.
Days to first harvest: 45 days baby / 75 days flower
Harvest characteristics: Fragrant flowers and foliage great for pollinators, medicinal uses and for repelling mosquitos
Climate preference: Stands up to heat, also does well in cooler temperatures. Full-sun.
Grows well with: Tomatoes, Peppers, Cilantro, Dill, and most any other herbs
Days to first harvest: 70 days
Harvest characteristics: Rich in color with deep purple skin and an orange core, sweet and slightly spicy in flavor, about 7" long at full-size.
Climate preference: Full-sun.
Grows well with: Beans, Lettuce, Onions, Peas, Radishes, Tomatoes, Fennel, Dill, Parsley
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Days to first harvest: 48 days
Harvest: Small size for snacking or pickling, harvest often to encourage continuous production of even-sized fruits
Climate preference: Tolerates warm to cool temperatures (great for succession plantings), full-sun
Grows well with: Beans, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Corn, Lettuce, Peas, Radishes, Sunflowers
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Did you know there is such a thing as Cinnamon Basil? It's a little known variety of the Sweet Basil you know and love, but with a spicy-cinnamon flavor. Grow your own to add this unique flavor to spring rolls and stir-frys. The flowers are a beautiful and tasty addition to meals as well! Check out the tips below for best harvesting practices.
The trick to growing your own fresh food and flowers in the South, is to avoid the hottest part of the year (Southern-summer has no mercy on a vegetable garden!) and get ready to reap an autumn bounty. Once the heat starts to break (usually around August-September), this is a great time to get a fall garden planted outside.