50 days. May be grown from early spring to late fall. Pac Choi has thick, round, medium green leaves on a 10 inch tall, thick stalk. Its sweet, mild flavor makes for a pleasurable contribution to salads. Pac Choi is an excellent alternative to celery and is often used in Asian cooking. Thin to 12 inches for fully developed plants. One of the most bolt-resistant varieties we have trialed.
40 days. This early, dwarf pac choi is a real performer in the home garden. Only 14 inches tall, it is sturdier and stockier than most dwarf pac choi. The smooth, medium green leaves, and thick petioles, have a wonderfully mild flavor, are tender, and have very few strings. Ching-Chiang is tolerant to heat, rain, cold, and dampness, making it a great choice for late summer and fall planting. One of the best for frying and cooking.
Joy Choi forms a 12-15" tall, broad, heavy plant with dark green leaves and thick, flattened white petioles. Tolerant to heat and cold. Space 10-12" apart. Avg. 10,100 seeds/oz. Packet: 250 seeds.
45 days. Joi Choi grows amazingly large and fast compared to Pac Choi. With much darker green leaves, the stalks are also whiter, thicker, up to 11 inches long and more highly refined. Remarkably juicy, it has a pleasing mild flavor with a hint of mustard. Best sown in the spring and fall. Slow to bolt, Joi Choi is a top choice for the market gardener.
Flat, pale, misty green stems form a thick, heavy base with broad, oval, rich green leaves. The compact, vase-shaped plant at full growth is about 8-10" tall, but perfectly formed at "baby" size when young. One of the most bolt-resistant and uniform varieties of this type. Space 6-8" apart. Tolerant to heat and cold. Avg. 9,400 seeds/oz. Packet: 250 seeds.
Dark green leaves with maroon veins. Mild flavor. Avg. 165,000 seeds/lb.
Latin name: Brassica rapa GB Cultural info: WW,HW / Matures 7-11 / Harvest 2-4 / Yield 96-383/Spacing 10"/ Seed code: O Seeds per pkt: 80 Description: Bok Choy, White Stem (Chinensis Group) Essential for stir-fry. Dark green leaves & thick white stems make a tall celery-like head with mild mustard flavor. Very slow to bolt; holds well in the garden.
40 days. A miniature Pak Choi, little Toy Choi is the perfect single-serving vegetable, with smooth, dark green leaves and glistening crisp white stalks. Just the right size to set on your plate, this quick-maturing little wonder is a gourmet treat you can enjoy all season long.Toy Choi offers smooth, dark green foliage arising from pure white stalks, quite firm and crisp to the bite. The flavor is quite mild, tender, and succulent. And even if you live in a northern climate where frost may come unexpectedly early, chances are you have time to grow and harvest this super-quick little…
NAME: Baby Pak Choi SEC: Vegetables GROUP: Greens LATIN: Brassica rapa var. chinensis DESC: Green Baby Pak Choy is one of the most popular vegetables grown and sold in the supermarkets on the West Coast and Orient. Also called Shanghai Bok Choy, Ching-Chiang Choy or Ching-Kang Choy in Asia. This fast-growing, cool weather loving vegetable has tender green leaves and crispy green petioles. Green Baby Bok Choy has become the most used vegetables in various Oriental dishes due to its excellent flavor, texture and size. PRICE: $2.00 EA CULTURE: W,H/Matures 4-6/Harvest 0-1/Yield ?/Spacing 4-6" SEEDS: 50 SOURCE: O GERM DAYS:…
Excellent at , baby leaf, and full size. Red Choi changes from dark green leaves with maroon veins at micro size to dark maroon leaves with green undersides and thin green petioles at full size (8-10"). Avg. 150,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 250 seeds.
This white-stem, vase-shaped Pac Choi is bulky and uniform. 10-12" tall. Similar to Joi Choi, just a little smaller and more compact. Avg. 150,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 250 seeds.
Hi I have managed to find and purchase one of these beautiful trees approx 4ft tall in the UK after a considerably long search for a nursery who sold them. I have had it now about 5months and on one side the needles have started to turn brown to such an extent that it looks as though it's dying. It sits on the corner of my property? Could this be wind burn and if protected with wind mesh will the needles return? Any advice as how to resolve this problem would be appreciated.