60 days from sowing. The most delectable baby vegetable of all has got to be this ultra-tender Chinese Cabbage, which can be harvested at just 10 to 18 ounces. Ideal for soups, salads, stir-fries, and more, it is barely larger than your hand, but packed with nutrition and flavor.This space saver is ideal for containers as well as the garden. Seeds can be spaced 8 to 12 inches apart, and within 2 months will begin yielding tightly packed, scrumptious heads. Be sure to extend your cabbage season with delicious Wa Wa Tsai! Pkt is 50 seeds.
(65-70 days) Barrel-shaped, dense, 12"x5" Napa type is suitable for summer and fall production. Capable of a modest amount of short term storage. Resists Club Root, Yellows, and Downey Mildew.
59 days. Kaboko Hybrid Certified Organic is the most delicious way I know to grow a big crop of delectable, super-sweet Chinese Cabbage! This all-star produces big heads, very densely packed with white-and-green leaves you can harvest individually for fresh-from-the-garden goodness every day!These upright, heavy heads measure about 16 inches tall and 12 inches in diameter, with good color and crisp hold. The plant itself is just 14 inches high and slightly wider, and makes a fine cool-season crop. But the real surprise is in the eating -- this is by far the sweetest, most flavorful Chinese Cabbage I've ever…
65 days. This unique variety puts a colorful twist on Chinese cabbage. Oval purple-red leaves lighten to green at the base, highlighted with bright white midribs. The plant's color becomes a more vibrant red tone with cooler temperatures, so your crop becomes even more beautiful as the season progresses. A perfect choice for Kimchi, the outer leaves can be picked while allowing the plant to continue to grow for a season-long display and harvest. Plants are semi-heading and compact, reaching 12-16 inches across.
(50-55 days) Early maturing variety for summer and fall. 11" x 5" barrel-shaped, dark green, compact plants have good bolting tolerance and resist Yellows. Ideal for small gardens or fresh market.
40-50 days. This pint-sized Chinese cabbage is packed with barrels of flavor. Compact plants are perfect for small spaces and are quick maturing. When the 4-5 inch heads are cut open, the dense, crispy, creamy orange heart shows its true color. The bright flavor of Orange Mini is delicious in soups, salads, and stir fries.
40-50 days. So cute and delicious, too! A baby Chinese cabbage means a just right size for Asian inspired dishes without the leftovers. Soloist is a quick to mature, heat tolerant variety with 1 1/2-2 pound, golden hearted, tender, sweet heads. Bred for harvesting summer through fall. Enjoy with your favorite gourmet, baby veggie treats like Adelaide carrot and Ching-Chiang pac choi.
60 days. Truly outstanding in our trials, this delightful Chinese cabbage produces crisp, mildly flavored savoyed leaves wrapped into extra-dense heads. The gorgeous, sunny golden heart is highlighted by sparkling white midribs, and jade colored outer leaves, growing to a manageable 11 inches tall and 5 inches across. A perfect candidate for salads, stir-fries, and soups alike. Upright plants hold the heads high and clean off the ground.
65 days. This napa-type cabbage packs loads of flavor into a miniature, dense head. Early maturing and slow to bolt, Tenderheart is an excellent choice for small gardens, containers, or for those looking for a single serving Chinese cabbage. Each crisp, crunchy head weighs in at approximately 2 pounds.
In Massachusetts I use to see lots of Packman broccoli pre-started plants available at local nurseries but this year do not see any. We liked this variety since it produces lots of side shoots. It may be too late for this year to grow from seeds but what pre-started varieties could I select which has the same side shoot production as Packman.