Cart Check-
Total 0.00 €


White mustard (Sinapsis alba)

White mustard (Sinapsis alba)
White mustard (Sinapsis alba) #0 White mustard (Sinapsis alba) #1
There are 0 of this product in your cart.
Unit price
1.87 € *
Base Price 0.05 €/100 seed
apx. $2.20
4 €
in stock
5.0 of 5 stars 1
Item number
Seed quantity:
4,000 Pcs.
Botanical name:
B. hirta, Brassica alba, Crucifera lampsana, Eruca alba, Napus leucosinapis, Raphanus albus, Rhamphospermum album, Sinapsis alba


The plant is usually called yellow mustard because of its bright yellow flowers, but because of its white seeds it is also known as white mustard. It is a typical green manure plant from the cruciferous family which is good at loosening the soil with its roots, protects against erosion and combats nematodes.

Of course, yellow mustard is also a very typical spice plant, after all its seeds provide the basis for mustard. The young leaves taste spicy and can be added to salads and Green Smoothies as seasoning.
Since it is an annual, frost-sensitive plant which can be sown from April to September, the yellow mustard is very well suited as a cover crop on already harvested vegetable patches. After the first frosty nights, the plant freezes and its remains can be left as a protective layer of mulch on the beds, which is then simply hoed in or composted in spring.

Package with approx. 4000 white mustard seeds

Growing instructions

Yellow mustard can be sown from April to the end of September outdoors broad-cast or in rows with a distance of 30 cm. Seed depth: 1-2 cm. It loves the sun and thrives on all soils. Mustard is very fast growing and a good bee pasture plant.

Details: Plant description & care

Plant family:
Plant height approx.:
70–120 cm
Root system :
Deep roots
Flower colour:
Flowering period :
July, June
Partially shady, Sun
Water requirements:
Moderately moist
Lifecycle :
Winter hardy up to:
Not hardy

Sowing & cultivation

Sowing time outdoors:
April, August, July, June, May, September
Sowing depth:
1 – 2 cm
Germination time in days:
7 – 14
Main harvest:
August, July

Companion planting

Bad intercropping partners:
Cabbage, Kohlrabi, Radish, Radishes

Other names

German names:
Weißer Senf
French names:
Sanve, Sénevé
Spanish names:
Mostaza amarilla


Reviews: 1

  1. 5 stars 1
  2. 4 stars 0
  3. 3 stars 0
  4. 2 stars 0
  5. 1 star 0


5 of 5 stars
by Ilka on 1/28/17

2016 Direktsaat in Mittelnorwegen. Schön gekommen und hat Samen getragen.

Your review:

You have to be logged in to review products. Login

You'll find this product in the following categories