Mustard, White

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  • $2.50
  • Regular price $3.25

Quick facts

  • Make your own mustard
  • Seeds easy to harvest

Brassica alba or Sinapsis alba

90 days to seed harvest.  Native to China, white mustard seeds are a popular source for condiment mustard as they make a milder mustard than yellow, black, or brown mustard seeds. Plants bolt quickly producing a profuse amount of yellow flowers which yield surprising amounts of cream colored mustard seeds. A small 5 X 5' space yields enough to keep you in mustard until the following season!

Make the flavor complex by mixing with homegrown 'Dijon' mustard!

How to grow it:  

Germ Temp

Indoor Start

Germ Days

Frost Tolerant


Seed Depth

Plant/Row Spacing


Not rec.

3-7 d.





Direct sow around the last frost date. Harvest seeds by clipping upper part of plant which bears seeds into a large bag. Agitate bag to free seeds from pods. Use a fan to separate chaff from seeds. Grind with a coffee or grain grinder to produce mustard powder. Hydrate with vinegar, wine, or beer to make your own mustard sauce!

Seed specs:

Packet size: 1 g, ~250 seeds