Growing Bok Choy (Chinese Cabbage) in Containers

Bok choy, also known as Chinese cabbage, is a biennial cool-season vegetable that is usually harvested for consumption in its first year of growth.

It has crisp stems surrounded by soft, tender leaves with a taste somewhere between cabbage and Swiss chard. The plants form an upright head, with outward-facing leaves, and their white or green stems resemble smooth, fiberless celery.

The flower stalks grow from the center of the plant and bear the four-petaled yellow cross typical of the cruciferous family.

Whether grown from seed or nursery seedlings, this vegetable grows quickly and is planted in early spring for spring to early summer harvest, or in late summer and early fall for a mid to late harvest of autumn. You can succession plant every two weeks for a longer harvest period.

We hope you enjoy this video about Container Grown Bok Choy:

Source: Hollis and Nancys Homestead

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