Bok choy seeds, pak choi, pichay/petsay, pok choi (Brassica rapa subsp. Chinensis) is a type of Chinese cabbage. Non-GMO vegetable Garden Seeds. it's known as Brassica rapa, sub. chinensis, Brassica rapa. It's closely related to rapini (broccoli rabe), napa cabbage, and turnips, cruciferous green vegetable seeds
Bok choy is a cruciferous vegetable, which means that it's a member of the genus Brassica, along with vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and cabbage.
Bok choy, which you'll also see spelled pok choi and pak choi at various grocery stores, is a Chinese cabbage variety that tastes something like green cabbage, but only vaguely. It's more like a cross between spinach and water chestnuts. It's sweeter and milder than spinach with peppery undertones. The leafy green parts have a stronger taste than the white bulb, but overall, this is a pretty mild veggie.
|Planting Time:||6 Weeks|
|MPN:||Does not apply|
|Season of Interest:||
Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter
|Country/Region of Manufacture:||United States|
Humid Subtropical, Humid Continental
|Sunlight:||Full Sun, Medium Sun|
Bok choy is also known as Pak choi, sweet cabbage, white world, world clock, wealth is the plant discussion chips, leaves at the base, with large leaves, pale green, white midrib, lean; slab oval smooth, whole or toothed, enamel along the stalk, to the ground. Cabbage can increase in familiar soil environments or grow hydroponics in a bowl of water.
Bok choy is famous for its mild taste, best when stir-fry, stewed, boiled, or soup. You can also eat it raw. One cup of raw bok choy (about 170g) contains nine calories, 1g protein, 1.5g carbohydrates, 0.7g fiber, no cholesterol, and only 0.1g fat is incapable of producing cholesterol. With these healthy nutrients, bok choy is not only delicious but also very beneficial.
40 - 45 days after sowing
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