Brassica

Brassica

Brassica is the genus of the flowering plants in the mustard family. Known as cabbages or mustards, Brassicas have many forms and uses. Brassicas can serve both as food and decorations.

Brassicas are sturdy, less fragile and long-lasting due to their waxy stems and leaves. They can remain fresh as cut leaves for a week. With floral preservatives, they can last longer.

Brassicas have four sepals, and the four petals are cross-like. It grows in different shades such as white, pink, purple, and red. As there are several types of Brassicas, its texture and colours may vary depending on the plant.