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A Japanese green with purple pink stems and bright lacy leaves, Mizuna has a texture and flavor similar to arugula, but slightly milder. Best eaten young as a salad green, or in stir-fries and soups when leaves are more mature. Can be grown as a cut-and-come-again crop where you harvest leaves as needed, or simply harvest the whole head at once. 

Asian Greens: Mizuna Pink

  • Sow depth: 1/4 in

    Plant spacing: 10 in-15 in

    Row spacing: 12 in-18 in

    Sun: Full sun

    Temperature: 55 F-75 F

    Water needs: Water evenly for moist soil

    Days to maturity: 21-40 days

    Maturity spread: 6 in-12 in

    Maturity height: 5 in- 7 in 

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