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Large, delicious stems and flower buds are cooked like broccoli, but it is easier to grow and thrives in much warmer weather. The texture is very tender and crisp, perfect for stirfries, soups and more. A great variety for Asian markets. Give it a try!
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My friend's grandfather warned that growing Gailan in Utah was crazy as it is "too dry." He was partially right. This was the thirstiest plant in my spring garden. However, the extra care paid off in delicious greens and even tastier blossoms (Yum!)
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By Quirky Mama
5 Jul 2012
We have grown these Gailan both for fall harvest and now spring harvest and been very satisfied with both. Excellent taste in stir-fries: very crisp with a slight bitterness (think a milder broccoli rabe). Had very good germination and even tolerated transplanting. Planted in the fall, we harvested until the first frost (nov) and the few stalks that we left to flower were the last flowers in the community garden and were visited by bees until the end. In the spring, March transplants yielded harvests from mid April to early May.
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