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Bok Choy

White Stem Pechay

Bok Choy White Stem Pechay

Cabbage Family, Mild Flavor, Many Uses


Bok Choy is a nonheading form of Chinese cabbage and is a popular leafy vegetable. It is a cool season annual vegetable that grows best with short days and moderate to cool temperatures. It is popular in salads, stir fry and soups.

  • Seed Depth: .25-.5 in.
  • Row Spacing: 18-30 in.
  • Seed Spacing: 1-2 in.
  • Plant Spacing: 8 in.
  • Days to Sprout: 5-10
  • Days to Harvest: 45-60


Plant in late summer/fall for late fall/winter harvest or early spring for early summer harvest.


Thin when seedlings are 2-4 inches. Keep soil moist. Fertilize with a complete fertilizer during the growing season.


Cut entire plant above soil line. Remove outer leaves.


To prevent diseases rotate this crop to a different area of your garden each year.

Nutrional Value

Good source of Vitamins A, C, and Calcium.

Growing Guide and Additional Tips
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