Pak Choi & Tatsoi

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  • tatsoi

    Tatsoi (Autumn)

    £4.99
    (10 plants)

    An easy grower for autumn and winter

    This is a lovely looking, easy-to-grow Chinese cabbage plant that can be harvested whole or used as a cut & come again for individual leaves for stir-fries (it tastes amazing with ginger, honey and soy sauce) and salads. It grows well at this time of year, when it is less prone to bolting.

    Number of plug plants: 10

    Variety: Tatsoi (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Try it in stir fries with ginger, say sauce, honey and garlic.

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in September and October. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Plant in September and October approx 20-30cm apart in raised beds, traditional veg patches or in pots and planters. Protect against slugs, pigeons and cabbage white butterflies. They are frost tolerant so can be grown outside.

    When to harvest: Harvest whole once the plant reaches full size in late autumn/early winter, or harvest individual leaves to add to salads. When they go to seed, these plants will produce small yellow flowers and small broccoli-like florets – these are all edible too.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.

  • Hanakan Pak Choi

    Pak Choi (Autumn)

    £4.99
    (10 Plants)

    Delicious and versatile
    Great to grow if you enjoy stir-fries and Asian dishes. Pak Choi grows best when planted in early autumn, as it is less prone to bolting at this time of year.

    Number of plants: 10

    Variety: Hanakan (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Pak Choi can be grown and used as baby leafs in salads or stir fries. These plants can also be grown on to produce mature pak choi for steaming as a whole plant, which is really yummy.

    Delivery Info: Available to order now for delivery in September and October. Please see FAQs for up-to-date delivery info.

    Planting/Growing Advice: Plant in September and October approx 20-30cm apart in raised beds, traditional veg patches or in pots and planters. Protect against slugs, pigeons and cabbage white butterflies. They are frost tolerant so can be grown outside.

    When to harvest: Harvest whole once the plant reaches full size in late autumn/early winter, or harvest individual leaves to add to salads. When they go to seed, these plants will produce small yellow flowers and small broccoli-like florets – these are all edible too.

    *Transplants suitable for organic growing.