Pak Choi Seeds
Elevate your garden and your plate with Pak Choi Seeds. This Asian green is renowned for its crisp texture and mild flavor. Known also as bok choy, pak choy, or Chinese cabbage, Pak Choi is a versatile vegetable that can be used in a wide array of dishes, from stir-fries to soups. It’s also a great choice for gardeners looking for a fast-growing, low-maintenance plant.
Sow Pak Choi Seeds 1/4 inch deep in well-drained soil. Space the seeds 2-3″ in rows about 18 inches apart. Water the area immediately after planting. Thin seedlings to 6-12″ apart once they reach 1-2″ tall. You can also opt for indoor sowing by planting the seeds in pots 4 to 6 weeks prior to the last frost date.
Day to Maturity
Pak Choi generally reaches maturity in 45 to 75 days. For an ongoing harvest, consider planting additional seeds every 2 to 3 weeks. You can harvest the entire plant or simply pick the outer leaves to encourage more growth.
Pak Choi performs best in cooler temperatures, ideally between 55°F and 70°F. While it can tolerate some heat, excessive temperatures can cause the plant to bolt and leaf growth will cease.
Ensure your Pak Choi plants get at least 4 to 6 hours of direct sunlight per day. If you’re cultivating them indoors, make sure they are placed near a well-lit window or use a grow light.
Pak Choi has glossy, dark green leaves and crisp, white stalks. This color contrast makes it not just a flavorful addition to meals but also a visually appealing element in your garden.
Pak Choi Seeds are perfect for gardeners who appreciate quick growth and culinary versatility. Easy to grow and maintain, this vegetable is a garden staple.