Mitsuba likes cooler climates and indirect light. Can it be grown on the plantation home lanai?
Tag: Japanese Cuisine
Okra, a distant cousin of hibiscus, is grown for edible seed pods and is popular in US southern and even Japanese cuisine. The variety we have is Jambalaya Okra, which produces prolifically…
Shiso (Perilla), Multiple Varieties
The Asia Ip and Britton varieties come from Johnny’s Seeds. The green shiso is grown from the seed stock of shiso originally purchased locally at Leilani’s Nursery in Waimanalo. Green is a…
Britton Shiso From Johnny’s Seeds. Eye-catching green leaves with red undersides. Good salad mix item, or use larger leaves as sushi wraps or garnishes. Grows well in moderate sun/heat for best colors….