Unusually mild for a mustard, this variety has a meaty, umami flavor that is quite flavorful! The large chartreuse leaves have a prominent stalk that is juicy and sweet. The beautiful, highly savoy-ed leaves are traditionally pickled, stir fried or swirled into soup. Leaves reach about 12-14 inches tall and remain tender even when large. This variety is ideally planted in early spring or early fall as the greens thrive in cooler weather.