This graceful vegetable with Chinese origins has spread throughout the flowering Pak Choi features dark green leaves atop white spoon-shaped upright stems. Stems vary considerably in thickness and shape. The slight mustardy flavor of Pak Choi makes it a delightful addition to stir-fries, soups, noodle and meat dishes, and salads, if the young leaves are used. In China, the coarser leaves are often pickled. Some Chinese cooks also dip the leaves in boiling water and hang them out to dry in the sun for several days. Drying enables this highly perishable vegetable to be stored for winter months. Asian cooks use the entire plant at many stages of development. Planting Instructions Included.
The product is from Chai Tia which is the biggest agricultural company in Thailand.
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Easy to Grow Flowering Pak Choy Chinese Cabbage
There are 3900 seeds for one package.
Needs full sun to partial shade with moderate water
Matures in 65 to 75 days