Southern Giant Curled Mustard (40 days) This splendid variety continues to be the most popular mustard for the South. The large, erectly held bright green leaves are finely curled at the edges. In addition to being resistant to cold the plants withstand some hot weather and are seldom attacked by insects or diseases. Heirloom
Sow February to October, 1⁄4 inch deep, broadcast, or in drills 18 inches apart, thinning to 3 inches. By successive sowings every two weeks beginning early in the spring, the salad may be at its best all season. Winter hardy and long standing. A year ‘round crop. One ounce is sufficient for 200 feet of drill; 2 pounds will sow an acre.