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Fairly hardy, tolerating quite hard frosts, though plants are likely to die if this is coupled with wet weather. Plants are also tolerant of summer heat. Mizuna is widely cultivated in China for its edible leaves, there are many named varieties. This plant is one of the most resistant to bolting of the oriental brassicas and can be sown in spring. It can also be planted in the summer for an autumn and winter crop. Mizuna can also be transplanted successfully. A fast growing plant, it can be cropped on a cut and come again basis just 2 - 3 weeks after sowing and has been known to continue cropping for 10 months before going to seed.A very ornamental plant.
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