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All the best Asian greens for stir-frying and steaming. A mix of many of the greens that I have enjoyed in Thailand. The rich flavor of these greens is incredible when lightly cooked and seasoned with garlic and Thai peppers. This formula mix is perfect for market growers. Also pick the greens in the "baby stage" for a tangy salad mix. We have been getting great comments from market growers about this mix.
80.0% would recommend this item to a friend.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? flavorful
What are the cons? nothing
This was my first time with this mix, and I found it interesting and flavorful! I got great comments on it form friends, too. I am definitely planting it this spring, 2014.
Would you recommend this product to a friend?
By Colorado Gardener
29 Dec 2013
What are the pros? Very good
What are the cons? A bit slow in starting to grow
I tried it last year, and I really love it. Took some time to get going, but well worth the wait. I am going to order more seeds, alot, and plant it where in zone 6a!
By Llama Hiker
28 Dec 2013
What are the pros? Grows like crazy
What are the cons? Not so versatile
I planted this in my balcony garden last year, and I had one plant that lasted through the winter and came back this year, and several others that came up volunteer from the seeds. I enjoy the greens as a way to add variety and flavor to a salad; I haven't stir fried them yet (but I need to). I give it five stars because I think it serves its advertised purpose well; however, some of the leaves are texturally rough ("whiskery") and others don't get very big, so they aren't so ideal for sandwiches or for lettuce wraps, which are two things I mostly use lettuce for.
By Balcony Gardener
25 Jun 2013
6 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? interesting mix
What are the cons? have to hunt down the contents
Can't believe there is nothing about what's in this mix. From the looks of the picture, the purple leaves appear to be Osaka Mustard greens, the greens bunch either a Soi/Choi or a Flowering Broccoli and the yellow/white torpedo shaped heads maybe endive or a small napa style cabbage.
1 Jun 2013
What are the pros? Beautiful in garden and plate.
What are the cons? My season is too short!
This was a real winner at the market. I love to feed people and when my customers come back wanting more week after week I know we've done well. I'll be planting this again for a fall crop when the weather softens a bit.
By Casa del Sol
25 May 2013
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