Bok choi

Product information


Bok choi comes in many varieties. This one is simply delicious. You can sow it in spring and summer. Grows quickly with beautiful green stems.

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In the app

Sowing: 1 July - 31 August, 15 March - 31 May

Level 1

seeds are sowed

Level 2

first seedlings visible

Level 3

seedling thinned out

Level 4

little plants

Level 5

first harvest

Level 6


Sowing time: March-May and July-Aug
Height: 15-25 cm
Contents: 0.75 grams
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Bok Choi

This bok choi grows fast and easy. The mild flavor is great for stir fries. Sow this variety in spring or late summer. 

Species name: Bak choi green F1
Family: cruciferous
Plants per square patch: 4
Height: 15 - 25 cm
Sowing time: Mid-March to May and July to August
Sowing depth: 0.5 to 1 cm
Time to harvest: After 6 weeks
Germination:about 12 - 25°C in 5 - 14 days
Sunlight: can grow in sun and shade

Want to buy bok choi seeds? We sell seed bags separately, or, you can get them as part of a seed pack:

What's so special about our bok choi?

This oriental leafy cabbage grows fast. Our bok choi produces compact heads, so 4 of them fit in a single 30x30 cm garden patch or MM-Mini grow bag.

For most varieties, late June is the time to sow bok choi. This variety is different. Our bok choi grows super fast and does best in springtime. If sown in late June, the plants will flower in no time. 

So, sow in spring or the very end of summer. Trust me 😉

Sowing and growing

Growing bok choi is simple. You'll see your first seedlings before you know it. From then on, the plants grow quickly. 
Just watch out for snails and caterpillars: they love bok choi almost as much as we do. And be sure to harvest the mature plants on time.
Step-by-step sowing and growing instructions are included in the Planty Gardening app.  

How do you use it?

Bok choi leaves and stems are delicious. Young raw leaves are great in salads but are most often used in stir fries. 
You can also try raw bok choi in your mashed potatoes: throw in some cheese, bacon, or minced meat. Or try the vegetarian version with fried onions and mushrooms: yum.

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