(Amaranthus gangeticus) Heirloom. Broad, vivid red, dented leaves. Used to add intense colour to salads, or used like spinach, in soups, or as stir-
(Momordica charantia) Also known as 'Bitter Melon', 'Karalla' & 'Balsam Pear'. Pale green, heavily warted fruits with tapered ends & crisp, tender t
(Brassica oleracea var. capitata) Chinese vegetable. Dark green leaves with short, wide stems; mustardy flavour. Smaller, more tender & milder than
(Brassica juncea) Asian heirloom also known as 'Chinese Mustard', 'Swatow Mustard Greens', 'Mustard Cabbage' or 'Indian Mustard'. Deep green, crinkl
(Raphanus sativus) Heirloom radish grown mainly for its leaf as it produces only small roots. Green, lobed leaf with attractive pink stem and spicy
(Brassica japonica) Heirloom. Long, slender, green leaves used at young age in salads, and stir-fry, or cooked. 40-60 days. 500 seeds
(Brassica juncea var. japonica) Heirloom. Large, green, spicy leaves. Best picked when young & tender. Tolerates cold & wet conditions. Used in s
(Brassica rapa var. nippposinica) Light green, thin, jagged, heavily fringed leaves with deep purple tinges. Mild, peppery, earthy, mustard flavour.
(Brassica parachinensis) Heirloom. Also known as 'Hon Tsai Tai'. Quick growing, Chinese vegetable, producing deep purple stalks. Attractive in the
(Brassica rapa chinensis) Thick white stems with large, flat, round, smooth, green leaves. Popular variety. 35-45 days. 1500 seeds
(Perilla fruitescens) Heirloom. Also known as 'Shiso'. Deep purple, aromatic, attractive, pointed leaves with nutty flavour, slightly reminiscent o
(Brassica navinosa) Heirloom. Also known as 'Tah Tsai'. Open-hearted, dark-green leaves with mild taste. Harvest leaves from outside edge as requi
(Pachyrhizus erosus) Heirloom from Mexico & Central America. Topical legume vine cultivated for its large, fleshy tuberous roots. Note: Flowers &
(Brassica juncea) Thick, dark green, heavily crumpled, oval leaves. Similar in appearance to Tatsoi, but with more crumpled leaves. Quick to grow.
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