100.0% would recommend this item to a friend.
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? very tasty, easy to grow,
What are the cons? none
I grew this for the first time last year and loved it! Very dark green small round leaves that are wonderful raw or cooked. I let them go to seed next to green choy and they cross-pollinated creating a really cool mix. I love them both because they are slow to bolt. When they started bolting in my greenhouse I trimmed the main flower early and they started making little florets just like broccoli. Highly recommend this lovely veggie.
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53 out of 54 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy!
What are the cons? None
I don't write many reviews, but want to chime in on this one. I pampered these at the first planting. They did well. Then they bolted. I was disappointed til I sampled a leaf from the bolted plant - it was still very mild, and delicious. We were harvesting the leaves from our Tatsoi long after bolting, with the plants so tall they were flopped over. Didn't matter to us anymore whether they bolted, since they were still very good. When the first planting went to seed, we harvested it, threw it on an unused garden bed, and shortly thereafter had a thick, second crop of it. As a plus, the deer barely bothered with it. So, if you don't like to pamper your veggies, and don't want to worry about temperature swings and bolting, plant Tatsoi! We will be throw-and-growing Tatsoi again!
20 out of 21 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow. Good anway
What are the cons? Bolts a little early
Love this plant. Juicy stems. Beautiful plant flat rosette on the ground. Great in soups or prpared like spinach. Had a tendency to bolt, but may have been to temperature swings in the spring.
30 out of 31 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Great Green
What are the cons? Flea beetle magnet
This is one of our all-time favorite greens. It is up in a flash, grows quickly in fertile soil, and is delicious!
You can use it in salads and stir-frys. Plant in the mid-August for fall use, or plant in early-mid-September in a hoophouse for later fall and winter use.
45 out of 46 people found the following review helpful:
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I grow this every year in my Wyoming garden and it does very well for me. My kid's like to pick the leaves and eat them when they play outside. After the plant flowers my kids even enjoy eating the cabbage flavored blossoms. If you're looking for easy and hardy plants, this is a good plant for you.