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The typical Nai-Pe-Tsai type pak choy, semiupright plant produces thick, white stems and deep green leaves. Good for warm areas as it is heat tolerant.
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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Fast growing
What are the cons? none
Grew these this spring and did not get a very good turn out but I let them go to seed. I collected the seeds and tossed them back out into my garden in mid-August. Now I have an excellent crop. Either I planted them too early in the spring or I was too fussy in my planting. In August I tossed them into cleared bed, wracked the soil and then forgot about them. I planted radishes around the outside to keep the rabbits away. In a short while they came up and now I have a thick patch of them.
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6 Sep 2014
21 out of 21 people found the following review helpful:
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Here in San Jose, this makes a nice, quick crop even in the heat of summer. I planted a row in the first week of August and am harvesting it 30 days later. The stalks are juicy and the leaves are tender, with a sturdy flavor. I sowed it with a foot between rows but it looks like it could easily take half of that.
7 Sep 2012
8 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
This one has been simple, hardy and very tasty. My daughter actually asks for it as an afternoon snack!
3 Dec 2011
16 out of 16 people found the following review helpful:
Grows well even in weird Colorado spring weather. Doesn't mind a little snow or cold nights. Very tasty.
21 Jul 2010
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