Giant Red Mustard - Knowledgebase Question

Spartanburg, SC
Question by leslie23
November 30, 1998
I recently saw a beautiful plant with large purple leaves growing in a Greenville, SC garden. I found a nursery tag, which named it Giant Red Mustard. I have searched for more information, and can't seem to find any. Do you know anything about the plant I saw?


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Answer from NGA
November 30, 1998

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The mustard you saw is edible, but because of the large size, is often grown as an ornamental. Commonly called Red Giant, it's Brassica juncea 'Japanese Red Giant', and the seeds are available through Cyberseeds, P. O. Box 171102, San Antonio, TX 78217-1102.

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