Organic Osaka Purple Mustard


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Our favorite for eating and good looks. Steamed or stir-fried, even big leaves remain tender and mild. From seed to table in six weeks, Osaka Purple is frost- and heat-tolerant, so it can be grown practically all year. Be sure to tuck some in your flower beds. The purple-veined rosettes are so beautiful they double as speedy ornamentals, filling in bare spots. We select for dark color as well as vigorous growth and mild taste.

Culture: Direct sow any time ground is not frozen. Half to full day sun. Harvest outer leaves as needed.

Latin name: Brassica juncea
Approx. 200 seeds per packet
Grown in Potter Valley, Mendocino County, California
Certified Organic by CCOF
Open-pollinated, non-GMO

Reviews (4)


My germination rates on these were a little underwhelming. I planted a row of this and a row of wasabina at the same time side by side and these have been much slower and I've got less sprouts overall. I did start them both a bit late, so the Osaka might just not like the conditions. Still got some, they just may need different tactics. If they taste good I'll try some more.

I haven’t started these seeds yet, but they look very well saved and come in nice packets with information!

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