A cool-season crop, this Cabbage family standout offers succulent leaves and crisp stems in spring and fall
A delicious member of the cabbage family, pak choi (also known as bok choy) is a cool-season crop that can be devoured from tip to base. The dark green leaves are packed with flavor and succulent texture, while the crisp white stems add bite to stir-fries and steamed dishes. Frost-tolerant but quick to bolt in heat, these plants should be started indoors in early spring and transplanted, or direct-sown in summer for fall crops.
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