Greens Florida Broadleaf" is a Ferry Morse item. It has rich,
smooth green leaves that are fast to mature. "Florida
Broadleaf" holds well in warm conditions allowing you to
harvest from the garden longer. Mustard Greens are great for cooking or used in
The Bed: Add a fresh layer
of rich compost to the top soil, then till or spade the bed to
loosen the soil and work in the compost. Rake level.
How to Grow: "Mustard
Greens" can be planted 3 to 4 weeks before last frost. Plant
seed 1" apart, 1/2" deep in rows spaced 8" apart.
Thin seedlings to 6" apart when plants are 3" to 4"
tall. Keep the soil moist but not soggy. After germination,
water as needed. Successive crops can be planted 2 or 3 weeks
Harvesting: Mustard greens
can be harvested any time. Pick leaves from the sides of the plant
first, or cut the entire plant at ground level.
Available Hybrids - Cultivars: Southern
Giant Curled Leaf Standing 56 days, Red Giant 50 days, Miilke
Giant 80 days, Green Wave 60 days, and Osaka Purple 40 days.