Pak choi var. Yang Qing Choi
Brassica rapa Chinensis Group
Hybrid. At long last, we’ve found what we’ve been looking for – a pak choi that produces dark green leaves with light green midribs and displays very good bolt resistance. Compared to the white-ribbed, tall growing Joi Choi (which we also sell), Yang Qing Choi is shorter-statured but is equally delicious in salads and stir fries. Let the plants grow to full size for a one-time harvests, or make continuous harvests under a cut-and-come-again regime.
Sow from June to August for outside crops, and in September for overwintering in tunnels and greenhouses. Start the seeds in modular trays, transplanting the seedlings to leave about 20cm between them each way.
Approx. number of seeds per pack: 80
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