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Bok Choy Pak Choi Chinese Cabbage 299 + Seeds by Seeds and Things. $0.89. Needs full sun to partial shade with moderate water. Staple green for stir fries has succulent stalks and dark green leaves. Easy to Grow. Matures in 65 to 75 days. This graceful vegetable with Chinese origins has spread throughout the world Pak Choi features dark green leaves atop white spoon-shaped upright stems. Stems vary considerably in thickness and shape. The slight mustardy flavor of Pak Choi m...
Chinese Okra - ◾This interesting vegetable is known by many names, including silk gourd, sing qua and vegetable sponge. It is used in southern China, Southeast Asia and Japan. Spines or ridges run the length of this gourd, which can grow up to 9 feet long. Its interior is soft and spongy with a sweet and mild zucchini-like flavor.
Chinese Radish ‘Mantanghong’ F1 For a taste of the exotic, try these easy-to-grow, tennis-ball-sized radishes. Their plain, pale green skin hides vivid magenta flesh with a white outer layer, which has a nutty flavor and a touch of heat. Sow: Early summer to midsummer Harvest: Late summer to early winter Soil Preference: Well-drained soil, moist soil Sun or Shade: Full sun, partial or dappled shade
Oblong Tong Winter Melon - Wax Gourd, also called White Gourd and Tong Qwa, is a fast-growing, long-season, warm-climate vegetable. The plant grows like the pumpkin over the ground and can grow up to 50 pounds. Fruits can be stored in a cool place for months and used later in the winter season, Tong Qwa means "Winter Melon" in Chinese.
Growing Chinese Broccoli Plants: Learn About The Care Of Chinese Broccoli By Susan Patterson, Master Gardener Chinese kale vegetable is an interesting and delicious vegetable crop that originated in China. This vegetable is remarkably similar to western broccoli in appearance, and is thus known as Chinese broccoli. Chinese kale vegetable plants, which are sweeter tasting than broccoli, are high in vitamins A and C, and rich in calcium......
Most Oriental brassicas vegetables are called Chinese Cabbage in the West. There are many kinds of Chinese Cabbages, that can be grouped based on size, shape, heading and non-heading. Chinese cabbages are excellent for stir-fry and pickling. This is the picture of Green Baby Pak Choy is one of the most popular vegetables grown and sold in the supermarkets on the West Coast and Orient. This fast-growing vegetable has tender green leaves and crispy green petioles.
Sing Qua or Chinese okra (Loofa acutangula), is also known as angled luffa, silk gourd, or ridged gourd, with vines that can grow to 9 feet. Mainly used in curry, or fried with meats, they're reported to taste like zucchini. They are not the vegetables that loofa sponges are made from, but in the same family. Sing Quas should be eaten when they are no more than about six inches long. Larger ones are too bitter.