Wasabina' means "like wasabi". This variety of mustard is not at all related to wasabi, but it packs a powerful hot kick that will wake up your taste buds for sure! Mustard greens are cool season plants. Sow the seed directly as soon as the ground can be worked. Sow again in late summer for a fall crop. Let them go to seed to feed late pollinators and if you want them to self sow- they will! Use mustard greens raw in salads or sandwiches for a serious kick, or cook them to mellow their heat. Pretty as an ornamental as well. Harvest like chard: a few medium leaves at a time.