University of Maryland Extension: Plant of the Week
Text by Bob Orazi
Photo by Cornell University
Have any space left in your garden? Mustard greens are quick to mature, easy to grow, and nutritional in your diet.
Mustards are in the Brassicae family of plants, which includes collards, kale, turnips, and pac choi. They come in many forms and colors averaging 45 to 65 days to maturity. You can use mustard greens to spice up a salad or cook them with other greens.