Bok Choy

Bok Choy

ORIENTAL GREENS AND CABBAGES Mustards, as a rule, are the greens most tolerant of heat, can take some frosts, and stay usable longest in the garden; pak choy, tatsoi, and cabbages are apt to bolt in frosty weather or summer heat. All are best in cool spring or fall conditions. Most should be sown where plants are to grow. Sow no deeper than one-quarter inch in moist, rich, well-draining soil. Most types mature in about 45 days; heading varieties require 60-75 days.

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Bok Choy
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Purple Lady Bok Choy

Purple Lady Bok Choy OR156

An Incredible Variety From China! We love this eye-catching purple, baby... Read More
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Shanghai Green Pak Choy OR126

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Suzhou Baby Bok Choy OR154

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Yellow Heart Winter Choy OR155

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