A staple in Asian stir fries and soups, pac choi — alternatively pak choi and bok choy — has a mild mustard flavor with background sweetness. We offer both green-stem varieties, which tend to be more pliant, and white-stem varieties. To prevent post-harvest breakage, allow the plants to wilt slightly after cutting, then pack into boxes. Hydrocool to restore. Choose from varieties suitable for mini or full-size head or baby-leaf production. To compare varieties, refer to our Pac Choi Comparison Chart. Though pac choi prefers cooler seasons, most varieties perform relatively well in warm weather.
Beautiful dark-green pac choi, best at full size, suitable for minis.
Beautiful dark-green pac choi.
Heavy, vigorous white-stem pac choi; cold and heat tolerant.
Heavy, vigorous white-stem pac choi.
Bolt-, heat-, cold-tolerant pac choi for full or medium-sized heads.
For full or medium-sized heads.
Bright strawberry-red pac choi for mixed packs and babyleaf.
Bright strawberry-red pac choi.
Bulky and uniform white-stemmed pac choi for mini or full-size heads.
For mini or full-size heads.
Best baby pac choi because heads are proportional at true baby size.
Best baby pac choi.
Beautiful, dark-red pac choi for baby leaf.
Dark-red pac choi for baby leaf.
Slow bolting white-stem pac choi for dense, fully-formed mini heads.
Slow bolting white-stem pac choi.
Baby white-stem pac choi at single-serving size; ideal for restaurants.
Baby white-stem pac choi.
Dark-green pac choi with oval-round leaves, excellent for baby leaf.
Dark-green pac choi with oval-round leaves for baby leaf.