Pak Choy - White Stem (Bok Choy) Cabbage

Pak Choy - White Stem (Bok Choy) Cabbage

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DESCRIPTION

Two vegetables in 1- tasty spinach-like leaves and crunchy, sweet stems! Each plant bears 10-14 erect stalks, 8-10"L. Grows best in cool weather and can be grown as a spring or fall crop. The slight mustardy flavor of Pak Choy makes it a delightful addition to stir-fries, soups, noodle and meat dishes, and salads, if the young leaves are used.

CLASSIFICATIONS
OPEN POLLINATED

Pollination occurs by insect, bird, wind, humans, or other natural mechanisms. Because there are no restrictions on the flow of pollen between individuals, open-pollinated plants are more genetically diverse. However, as long as pollen is not shared between different varieties within the same species, then the seed produced will remain true-to-type year after year.

HEIRLOOM

This variety has a history of being passed down within a family or community, similar to the generational sharing of certain items like jewelry or furniture.

VEGETABLE SEED AND PLANTING GUIDE
Direct Seed (100 Ft.)Distance Apart In Row After ThinningSpace Between RowsPlanting Depth
1/2 Oz.12-18"24-36"1/2"

* This is an estimated guide. Conditions may vary considerably due to location.

ESTIMATED DAYS TO MATURITY

45 days

APPROXIMATE SEED COUNT

  • 7,812 per Oz.
  • 125,000 per Lb.

COMPANIONS

  • Beet
  • Celery
  • Chard
  • Cucumber
  • Lettuce
  • Onion
  • Potato
  • Spinach

ALLIES

  • Chamomile and garlic improve growth and flavor
  • Catnip, hyssop, rosemary and sage deter cabbage moth
  • Dill improves growth and health
  • Mint deters cabbage moth and ants, improves health and flavor
  • Nasturtium deters bugs, beetles, aphids
  • Southernwood deters cabbage moth, improves growth and flavor
  • Tansy deters cabbageworm and cutworm
  • Thyme deters cabbageworm

ENEMIES

  • Kohlrabi and tomato stunt each other's growth