Shanghai Green Bok Choy
This bok-choy might be small, but don’t underestimate its flavor! It is ideal for stir-fry.
Its short but wide leaves are white, and end in a dark green spatulate blade. The numerous leaves form a dense base and a flared shape.
It is easy to grow, tolerates the cold, and takes little space in the garden.
Bok choy are rich in vitamin K, C, and A, and in magnesium, calcium, manganese, potassium, and iron.
Package: 200 seeds
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Latin name : Brassica rapa var. chinensis
Common names : Chinese cabbage, Pak choi, Bok Choy
French : Chou chinois, Pak choi, Bok Choy
Family : Brassicaceae
Plant type : Annual
Habit : Erect
Height : 15 cm
Width : 10-15 cm
Days to maturity : 45 days
Sowing : Directly in the garden, mid-May
Depth : 0.5 cm
Germination : 5-10 days
Soil : Rich and cool
Exposure : Part-shade to sunny
Plant spacing : 15 cm
Row spacing : 20 cm
Watering : When planting
Care and other considerations :
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Harvest baby or full-grown size leaves. Their taste is even better after frost.
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