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Seed Focus – Beans

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 24/10/2018

Spring and Summer - the time to plant beans. There are so many varieties of beans available. Some are green, some are purple, some yellow! In Durandt's Heirloom Seeds online shop, you can find 66 different heirloom varieties of beans that was grown organically. So what's the big deal on beans? Beans are part of the Legume family and not only are they "capsules" of concentrated nutrition with a myriad of health benefits, they are also good for the environment. No other food in its natural state is as rich in protein as legumes. Beans contain between 20 to 30%…

Osaka Purple Mustard

Relevance: 40%      Posted on: 29/10/2017

Brassica juncea The large purple mustard greens leaves grow to 300mm to 350 in length and up to ±150mm in width. They are succulent and tender while the stems are sweet, crisp and crunchy. Purple mustard’s flavour profile is spicy and slightly peppery. It is a great micro-green option and companion plant. Osaka Purple Mustard naturally repels aphids. Beautiful and functional! They prefer cool climates. Plant in full sun to partial afternoon shade, with temperatures below 25° C. Tolerates frost fairly well. As such, purple mustard greens thrive in the winter months through spring. You can plant every three to four…

Purple Wave Mustard

Relevance: 22%      Posted on: 29/10/2017

Brassica juncea Purple Wave Mustard is a cross between Osaka Purple Mustard and Green Wave Mustard. The leaves are light purple and frilly, with a green edge. Definitely hot and spicy. Makes an excellent micro-green and grows up to 46 cm tall. The plant is cold hardy and can tolerate moderate frost. Plant in full sun during early autumn or early spring. It can however, be grown all year round. Bring it indoors if the temperature falls below 5 ˚ Celsius. Water regularly. Crop rotation is very important when growing mustard greens because they're in the brassica family. They are…

Green Wave Mustard

Relevance: 13%      Posted on: 29/10/2017

Brassica juncea Green Wave Mustard has curled and frilly medium-sized green leaves. This is a high-yielding mustard that can grow up to 2 feet tall. It has an interesting spicy flavour that will definitely add some zing to your salads. Green Wave Mustard is also a favourite amongst micro-green growers. This mustard variety prefers mild and cool temperatures, but tolerates heat and cold better than most other mustards. Plant in early spring - in full sun. Well-drained soil is needed for best results and mulch to keep the plants moist. Mustard greens are susceptible to Club root and need protection…

Florida Broadleaf Mustard

Relevance: 13%      Posted on: 12/10/2018

Brassica juncea A real pleasure to grow. It’s one of those point and shoot crops, it does well as long as it gets reasonable soil and two good waterings per week. Large vigorous leaves that are mildly mustardy, great for soups, stews and steaming. Cold tolerant, does well over winter. A quick producing crop and can be one of your first spring greens. 40-45 days to harvest. Approx. 50 seeds

Chilli Mustard Habanero

Relevance: 13%      Posted on: 23/10/2018

(Capsicum chinense) his high yielding plant requires a long growing season which produces very HOT chillies, ripening from a green to a mustard yellow/orange colour. The fruits are about 4cm in length and wrinkled. Perfect chillies to make a hot sauce with. Approx. 25 seeds

Tokyo Bekana Mustard

Relevance: 13%      Posted on: 02/09/2019

Brassica rapa var. chinensis A slightly curled lime green ruffled leaf which looks like lettuce leaves. This variety is often called "small chinese cabbage". The leaves have a sweet flavour that is not peppery or bitter, which makes them great additions to salads, soups and stir-fries. The leaves can be harvested from 40 days and are heat tolerant. Approx. 100 seeds

Sprouts / Microgreens Black Mustard

Relevance: 13%      Posted on: 06/11/2018

(Brassica juncea) Our most popular mustard variety, as it is nice and spicy. As a sprout the flavour gets deeper and hotter as it grows. As a microgreen it adds a touch of heat to your dishes. Mustard is a rich source of Calcium, Manganese, Copper, Iron, Selenium and Zinc. It is also high in cancer fighting carotenoids and flavonoids. Also can be used as a green manure and cover crop. Weight: 180g

Sprouts / Microgreens Yellow Mustard

Relevance: 13%      Posted on: 07/11/2018

(Brassica Alba) Mustard is a member of the brassica (cabbage) family. Yellow mustard produces great tasting peppery / spicy sprouts that are best used once the leaves green up. A high health sprout that has all the benefits of the cruciferous vegetable family. Mustards have been recognised as containing high levels of anti-oxidants with medically substantiated cancer fighting properties. Weight: 200g

Sprouts / Microgreens Mustard Green Frills

Relevance: 13%      Posted on: 07/11/2018

(Brassica juncea) A lovely mild flavoured mustard with stunning deeply ruffled leaves, makes a statement both as a sprout and a microgreen. A popular variety due to its ease of growth. As a microgreen and baby leaf vegetable, the large leaves can be used at almost any stage of growth. Loaded with calcium, manganese, copper, iron, selenium and zinc. Also high in cancer fighting carotenoids and flavonoids. Weight: 180g