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Organic Shanghai Green Pac Choy
Organic Shanghai Green Pac Choy
Organic Shanghai Green Pac Choy


 
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We relish these delicate and mild miniature pac choy. They are effortlessly elegant with succulent stems forming gorgeous vases that curl just so. Shanghai Green quickly grows to a harvestable size and holds well for several weeks in the field.

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Organic Shanghai Green Pac Choy We relish these delicate and mild miniature pac choy. They are effortlessly elegant with succulent stems forming gorgeous vases that curl just so. Shanghai Green quickly grows to a harvestable size and holds well for several weeks in the field. Raw in salads, steamed with garlic or sauteed in a stir-fry we are endlessly grateful for its abundance, versatility, beauty and deliciousness.

25 days to baby choy

35 days to big baby choy

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Perfect Things to Plant in the Fall

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Good but not great in Fall garden June 15, 2019
Reviewer: Wesley Meeker from Milford, CT United States  
I was able to cut and use them all, but did not have enough time in a Fall planting to "cut and come again" Might work for that in the Spring.

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tasty but a bit finiky January 23, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Needham, MA United States  
These pac choy tastes great when it grows well but it seems to need nutrient rich soil and I have had more luck growing it in containers than in a raised bed. Its leaves at time get eaten by pest when it is around other plants as well in a raised bed.  The taste though is excellent

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January 8, 2019
Reviewer: Josephine Bellalta from Lakeside, Michigan  


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Pea choy November 28, 2018
Reviewer: Elizabeth DeRue from Newark, NY United States  
taste good, but the dry summer did not help its production.


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November 15, 2017
Reviewer: Anne Cavanaugh from Petersham, MA United States  


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