Grow tangy mustard – the greens are great too.

Tangy mustard leaves are a gorgeous addition to salads and they’re good in stir fires or lightly cooked on their own. Growing mustard from seed is simple, and although you can easily save a few seeds you didn’t use to make old-fashioned mustard with for your next sowing, you’re likely to find that mustard plants sow themselves quite well without intervention. Your greens garden can be low maintenance! Mustard thrives in Australian gardens. Simply sow your seed and add water.

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