What are the pros? Fast growing & tasty.
What are the cons? Limited growth period in SDak.
I've grown these miniature bok choys in my Pierre, South Dakota backyard for several years. I plant them in a raised bed in early May. They mature in 30 days or less and are great in stir fry dishes and soups. I also eat them raw. They are small and it takes a lot of them for a meal, but you don't have to chop them up as they can be left whole. Their thick stems can be very tasty and succulent. Usually I can only plant one crop in the spring as they will bolt really quick when planted later. However I have had some successful fall crops that I planted in early September. They survive a light frost. These are terrific little greens that can be grown before the warmer weather vegetables are planted.
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