Baby Pak Choi Cabbage Seeds-400 Seeds

Baby Pak Choi Cabbage Seeds-400 Seeds


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35-45 days-Mild green leaves are supported by thick, sweet, white stalks that are mild and juicy. In summer, plant Taiwan Pac Choi seeds in short rows and harvest them promptly before it bolts. Plant again at the end of summer for fall and early winter harvests. Taiwan Pac Choi seeds do not need warm soil to germinate, and they will grow into winter if given some frost protection. Try growing it under a cloche tunnel or cold frame and harvest until about December. Then start new rows around the end of February. Taiwan Pac Choi is great raw or cooked in stir-fries and soups.

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  • Open-pollinated

  • Fast to grow 40 days

  • Grow 15-25 cm high

  • Frost tender

  • Organic

Direct sow: In very early spring as soon as the ground can be worked, prepare a well-drained, fertile garden bed in full sun. Sow seeds 5 cm apart in rows spaced 15-20 cm inches apart. Cover 8 mm deep and keep soil evenly moist to ensure good germination. Sow every 2-3 weeks until late June. Sow again in late summer for another fast-growing fall crop.

Sow Indoors: Sow seeds in a container of seed starting mix 5 cm apart and cover8 mm deep. Keep moist and provide a strong light source until seedlings are about 10 cm tall and ready to plant in the garden.

Seeds germinate in 5-10 days

Space seedlings 5 to 6 inches apart to give plants room to mature.

Pak Choi thrives in rich soil and cool growing conditions. Be sure to thin seedlings and mulch well to keep weeded, and keep moist for best tasting crunchy heads. Feed 2 or 3 times during the growing season with fish emulsion or other high nitrogen fertilizer.

Use early thinnings in your salads. Cut whole little heads when they are plump and well filled out.

We enjoy a large variety of Oriental vegetables in our gardens. Many years ago, several varieties were planted in our Oriental Garden.  As an avid seed saver, seeds were harvested but some plants were left to over-winter. To our amazement and delight, every spring new cabbages of almost every variety emerge in our Oriental Gardens.  Now when volunteer seedlings emerge every year and are established, we gently lift the young plants to transplant them into rows. When you grow Oriental Cabbages, provided you have the room, you might like to allow one or two plants to develop seeds and self-sow and enjoy the same result.


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