Growing Mustard greens, also gai choy

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13 Feb 20 Marlee Williams (Australia - temperate climate)
Please advise where in Adelaide SA I can buy leaf mustard (aka mustard greens) seeds. Every time I think I’ve found somewhere the seeds turnout to be the variety that you cook with not the ones I want to plant in my garden. Thank you to anyone that can help me.
02 Nov 21 Eadie (Australia - temperate climate)
Buy on line from Diggers Club ~ BTW proper name 'Brassica Juncea' may help when searching. Self seed readily, deep rooting, ornamental, bees love them.I mix the leaves in when cooking silverbeet, spinach, any of the 'wild greens' mixes I pick. Fab on going addition to the garden.
30 Mar 20 LK (Australia - temperate climate)
I bought mine from the Asian grocer Kim Wang in Chinatown. Hope this helps!
29 Mar 20 Peter Turner (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Try your local Chinese/ Asian food shops. I buy all of my Asian Greens seeds from there and they are super cheap.
14 Feb 20 anon (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
You could try seed selling companies on the internet. BOONDIE SEEDS - put mustard greens in the search box.
14 Feb 20 Ali (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
I just had a look at my favourite seed supplier. They do have a table green mustard list of plants, but there is also this one under the Green manure section that is also mustard greens mix. I've tagged the page it's on so you can have a look at all the green manure seeds they have.

You could try seed selling companies on the internet. BOONDIE SEEDS - put mustard greens in the search box.

- anon

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