2 thoughts on “Yellow Mustard Seedlings

  1. Mustard self-seeds so easily that it’s likely you’ll have mustard plants come up again and again. I started with a few purple mustard plants grown from purchased seed. Five years later they now pop up here and there in the potager. I harvest some for leaves in early spring, weed some out if they are crowding something I want more, and let the rest just provide pretty yellow flowers and purple-streaked leaves. The pollinators enjoy them, too.


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