Brassica rapa rosularis
- Leaf vegetable
- Good variety for baby leaf production
- Also known as Rosette Pak Choi
Very popular Asian variety. Plants form low growing(10cm) rosettes of dark green glossy leaves with pale green/white stems. Leaves have a mild mustard flavour that is commonly used fresh as a salad green or cooked as a vegetable in stir fries and soups. Is a very popular variety for baby leaf production and produces in around 21 days. Very cold tolerant. Also known as Rosette Pak Choi.
Also an excellent variety for spouts and microgreens.
How to sow and grow:
|Method:||Sow direct or raise seedlings|
|When:||Spring, summer and autumn|
|Germination:||4-11 days @ 12-28°C|
|Hardiness / Life Cycle:||Hardy Biennial (usually grown as an annual)|
|Position:||Part or full sun, well drained soil|
|Days to Maturity/Flowering:||45 days (baby leaf in 21 days)|
(Product number: D3-11-P)
Seeds per gram: 500 seeds
|Botanical name:||Brassica rapa rosularis|
|Packet type:||Standard seed packet|
|Packet quantity:||175 seeds|
|Seeds per gram:||500|
Good buy19 November 2019Germination rate was high and seedlings are quite hardy. The leaves are great to eat raw or cooked and caterpillars don't like them as much. Tatsoi is a perfect leafy green for subtropics.
Fantastic, easy to grow, mini leafy green8 December 2018I’ve basically said it all in the title. It’s great for gardens and on balconies. I haven’t bought a packet of salad greens from the supermarket in months because it just keeps on providing! It grows back really quickly and is perfect for salads.
Easy to growBy: Donna D on 21 March 2016This never fails. It grows quickly and you can use it in so many ways. I like it in stir-fries and one-pot meals. I put in heaps in the last minute of cooking and it shrinks quite a lot. A good leafy green.