If you want the closest taste to horseradish, without growing horseradish, then the Mustard "Red Giant" is your salad. It's lovely as a baby leaf and brings some innocent laughter to your stir-fries and soups. Its leaves have a beautiful red to purple coloring and, also called "Japanese Mustard", it has a very peppery, strong, and sharp taste. This type of plant is often used in japanese and chinese, but also in nepalese, pakistani, and african cuisines, making it one of the most international and exotic types of plants.
Time to first harvest in Herbert: 3-6 weeks Traditional farming: 5-6 weeks