- Flower nameWasabina
- Scientific nameBrassica juncea 'wasabina'
- AliasWasaba-na, わさび菜
- Place of originImproved varieties
- Place of floweringField
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, September, October, November, December
What is Wasabina
Wasabina (scientific name: Brassica juncea) is a cultivar selected and cultivated canola (mustard rape) of hardy overwort grass of the family Brassicaceae. It is harvested throughout the year, the peak season is from September to March.
The leaves are yellowish green, the leaves are chirimen and the leaves are saw-toothed, but soft as a whole and soft. As yellow flowers are bloom one after another, the flowers are picked inside the buds so that the leaves grow. Leaves are harvested at plant height less than 20 cm. "Wasabi" is added to the name, but it is different vegetables from horseradish belonging to Brassicaceae belonging to the Brassica family who comes on nose. There is no strong pungent taste, just like ordinary leafy vegetables, eat it in salted, dipped, salad, shallow pickled, tempura.
Generic name: Wasabina, Scientific name: Brassica juncea, Origin: breeding cultivar, Place of origin: breed cultivar , Plant height: 20 cm, leaf color: yellowish green, leaf shape: chillin shape, leaf margin: notch, flower color: yellow, harvest period: all year round (mainly from September to March in the following year).