Mustard Leaf (Brassica juncea)

Red Fingers

Leaf Mustard ‘Red Fingers’ has spikey red and green leaves that have a good mustard flavor. Used extensively in Asian cooking or eaten fresh as micro-greens.

English common name: Leaf Mustard

Typical leaf size: 5 x 3cm (length x width)

Maturity: Early, fast cropping for successional sowing

Best period to harvest: seedlings as micro-greens, small leaves for salads or larger leaves for stir-fries.

Production: greenhouse and containers.

Culinary use: eat leaves and stems fresh as micro-greens and larger leaves, as an unusual alternative in salads. Can also be used in stir-fries.