What are the pros? Easy to grow, great flavor
What are the cons? Can overtake companion plants
Of all the brassicas I've grown, this is the most vigorous and carefree. It's handled the ups and downs of spring-- hot, cold, wet, dry-- like a champ. This is one wave that keeps on rolling. In fact, it's so happy I have to regularly cut it back and thin it to keep it from completely shading out the collards I planted with it. And even then, the collards can't compete. They are gorgeous green color with graceful frilled edges. I'm from the Deep South, so I love my mustards. They are not as widely enjoyed here in the Pacific Northwest-- a shame, because I've had no issues growing them here. I've also tried Southern Giant Curled and Japanese Giant Red, and this is my favorite mustard overall. It's got that spicy mustard flavor, but the leaves are a little less tough than Southern Giant, in my opinion. Japanese Giant Red is beautiful, but when I want greens like my Maw Maw made, green wave is just the best!
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