No matter how you spell it, this graceful vegetable has a pure white, thick, upright stalk with frilly, dark green leaves. It is a striking Chinese vegetable that has bright white veins running through the green leaves and down into the stalk. The mild, peppery taste and crunchy texture of the stalk is often used in stir-fries. I like to use the juicy, crunchy leaves in salads as they stay crispier than lettuce. Pak Choy is a quick growing plan that can be used as an ornamental accent in mixed decorative containers for a bold element.
Plant 18″ Apart
50-60 Days Average to Maturity