Baby Bok Choi - 6 pack
Baby Bok Choi
days to maturity: 45 days
plant spacing: 6 per square foot
sunlight requirements: 6-14 hours
look out for: stem borer worms and aphids
harvest notes: harvest whole head when 6-8" tall
Bok choy or pak choi is a type of Chinese cabbage. Chinensis varieties do not form heads like lettuce; instead, they have smooth, dark green leaf blades forming a cluster reminiscent of mustard or celery. You can either harvest the exterior leaves as needed or wait until your choi is mature (45 days) to harvest the whole plant.
Bok Choy and other asian greens are easy crops to grow in south Florida gardens, as they don't mind the heat and mature quickly for early harvest. All of the varieties in this 6 pack are considered “dwarf” or “baby” and are ready to harvest at only 6 - 8 inches tall. Space plants only 6 inches apart so the 6 plants in this pack can be squeezed into 1 square foot of your garden space.