Pak Choi Seeds


Plant Description:
White Stemmed Pak Choi (Bok Choy)
Brassica rapa (Chinensis) ‘White Stemmed’
Time to sow: Spring, Late Summer, Early Fall
Light conditions: Full sun to partial shade
Uses: Culinary
Matures: 45-60 Days



White Stemmed Pak Choi Seeds

Pak Choi (bok choy) is a popular variety of cabbage used in Asian dishes.  The leaves and stalks taste great raw or cooked. It has a pleasant and slight mustard flavour. Pak choi grows best in cool weather. Matures in 45-60 days.

How to Grow Pak Choi

Pak choi is a cold-hardy leafy green that can tolerate frost as it grows. It thrives in cool temperatures, as the heat will make it bolt. Seeds are best sown in early spring, late summer or early fall.

The seeds can be started 2-4 weeks before the last frost if directly sowing seeds outdoors. If starting indoors, the seeds can be sown 4-8 weeks before the last frost. When the seedlings are 2 inches tall, they can be transplanted outside 2-4 weeks before the last frost. Use mulch to retain moisture and temperature. Space plants 9″ apart. Do not let the plants dry out.

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Seed Quantity

270 seeds, 600 seeds, 2,700 seeds


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