I wanted to grow mustard so that I could harvest the seeds to make pickles and condiments with. Here’s what I did wrong, and what I learned I should have done instead!
You’ve babied your seedlings for weeks now. They have several sets of “true leaves”, and they’re ready to be transplanted into the garden. But WAIT! Don’t put them out quite yet, or they’ll die of shock within hours. Here’s what you need to know to help your seedlings adjust to being outdoors, gradually.
Grow mustard for nutritious salads, hearty sauteed greens, and mustard seeds to make your own homemade condiments and pickling spices!