Bok Choy Brassica rapa chinensis
How to sow bok choy: Direct seed outdoors, or sow indoors and harden off before transplanting
Sun requirement for bok choy: Plant in Full Sun
Bok Choy has been planted 28 times by Growstuff members.
A type of Chinese cabbage that does not form a head. It has smooth, dark or light green leaf blades and crisp white stalks that form a cluster similar to mustard greens or celery. It is often harvested while still small and tender, when it is around 10cm high. Winter hardy. Row spacing depends on desired harvest size.
Median lifespan9 weeks
First harvest expected14 weeks after planting
Last harvest expected22 weeks after planting
Growing Degree Days50
CompanionsSwiss chard sage
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