Heirloom Organic Pak Choy Toy Choy (Bok Choi/Pak Choi) Seeds
Heirloom Organic Pak Choy Toy Choy (Bok Choi/Pak Choi) Seeds
Heirloom Organic Pak Choy Toy Choy (Bok Choi/Pak Choi) Seeds
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Heirloom Organic Pak Choy Toy Choy (Bok Choi/Pak Choi) Seeds

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Heirloom Organic Pak Choy Toy Choy Seeds (20)

Also called pak choi, this leafy green has been cultivated in Asia for centuries. A miniature variety, 'Toy Choy' grows just 5" tall and is ready to harvest in as few as 30 days. The thick, white stems and glossy, dark green leaves are tender and crisp. Tolerates warm weather better than full-size types.40 days from direct sowing.

A miniature Pak Choi, little Toy Choy Hybrid is the perfect single-serving vegetable, with smooth, dark green leaves and glistening crisp white stalks. Just the right size to set on your plate, this quick-maturing little wonder is a gourmet treat you can enjoy all season long.

Toy Choy offers smooth, dark green foliage arising from pure white stalks, quite firm and crisp to the bite. The flavor is mild, tender, and succulent. A treat that is also packed with nutrition, quick to finish, and compact enough to grow in containers as well as the vegetable garden!

And even if you live in a northern climate where frost may come unexpectedly early, chances are you have time to grow and harvest this super-quick little delicacy! It loves the cool weather, so sow it successively from late summer all the way to mid-fall, depending upon the first anticipated frost date in your area. Great fresh eating all season -- right through Thanksgiving in some climates!

Pak Choi (or Bok Choi) is grown like Chinese cabbage: it is a cool-season crop typically grown in fall and early winter, though in warmer climates harvest can continue well into winter. Seeds are best direct-sown in rows about 2 feet apart. As the seedlings emerge, thin them to 12 inches apart.Also called pak choi, this leafy green has been cultivated in Asia for centuries. A miniature variety, 'Toy Choy' grows just 5" tall and is ready to harvest in as few as 30 days. The thick, white stems and glossy, dark green leaves are tender and crisp. Tolerates warm weather better than full-size types.

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