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Tatsoi Brassica narinosa

How to sow tatsoi: Direct seed outdoors after last frost, 15 seeds per 30cm

Sun requirement for tatsoi: Plant in Full Sun

Tatsoi has been planted 2 times by Growstuff members.

Tatsoi is an Asian mustard green that grows rosettes of thick, rounded leaves that have a mild mustard flavor. Tatsoi does best in cooler weather, so plant in the spring or fall. Leaves can be harvested individually or the whole plant can be cut. Harvest at the baby or adult stage. Leaves become more bitter once plants flower. Tatsoi is added to salad mixes and stir fry.

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Predictions

Annual

living and reproducing in a single year or less

Height

30cm

Spread

30cm

Row Spacing

45cm

Companions

ladybird

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Just a note of something edible I planted, that won't ever be in our crops database, and would be a prime candidate for the "other" option we've talked about implementing: I just planted a big wide...

I originally wanted to do this yesterday but it rained in the morning so that kinda put a damper on things. So I did it all today instead! A bunch of the seeds I wintersowed in the milk jugs and...

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How to grow tatsoi


tatsoi is a variety of Brassica

Scientific names

Brassica narinosa
Brassica rapa var. rosularis

Alternate names

spinach mustard
spoon mustard
Rosette bok choy
rosette bok choy

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