Tatsoi var. Yukina Savoy
A tatsoi variety with striking spoon-shaped, dark green, blistered leaves.
Brassica chinensis Narinosa Group
This tatsoi produces blistered, spoon-shaped leaves that are dark green and grow in an upright rosette. The leaves are firm-textured and have a complex, mustard-type flavour that is stronger than other Oriental greens. The plants can be cut at ground level for a one-time harvest when the rosettes are about 25cm tall. Alternatively, they can be harvested by a cut-and-grow-again system where the leaves are cut a few centimetres above the plant’s base, leaving the production of new leaves undamaged.
Seeds can be sown from July to August for outside crops, and in the autumn for overwintering in tunnels or greenhouses. Leave about 30cm between plants for full sized plants, closer for smaller plants, and just a centimeter apart for baby leaves.
Approx. number of seeds per pack: 500