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Bok Choy 'Golden Yellow' Seeds

Purchased from Kitazawa Seed Co. on July 2011.

From the retailer’s website:
http://www.kitazawaseed.com/seed_254-77.html

The color of this pak choi lives up to its name! The leaves are bright yellowish-green that adds color contrast to fresh and cooked dishes. It is also called Kinkoh hybrid variety in Japan. The leaf texture is much softer than other pak choi (bok choy) types but the flavor is similar to pak choi types. Plants have a uniform fan-pattern shape and growth. This variety is heat tolerant and can be grown year-round in sub-tropical to tropical areas. Not recommended for low temperature regions. Harvest in 25 days or when plant reaches desired maturity. This is a mild-tasting green and adds a delicate flavor to salads, stir-fries and rich stocks. Excellent choice for growing in home gardens and for commercial production. Can be grown as micro-greens.

Maturity: Approx. 25 days
Planting season: Late spring to early fall or all season

http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/108597/

Purchased from Kitazawa Seed Co.

Quantity: 1

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Linked Plantings & Stash Items

Name Garden Gardener Location Planted Archived
Bok Choy 'Golden Yellow' Bok Choy 'Golden Yellow'

Brassica rapa (Chinensis Group)

joeysplanting Vallejo, California CA, United States Vallejo, Californ... 04 Aug 11 31 Dec 13 (Harvested)
Bok Choy 'Golden Yellow' (2013/02) Bok Choy 'Golden Yellow' (2013/02)

Brassica rapa (Chinensis Group)

joeysplanting Vallejo, California CA, United States Vallejo, Californ... 20 Feb 13

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