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.
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-size heads.
For full or medium-size heads.
Best baby pac choi because heads are proportional at true baby size.
Best baby pac choi.
Bulky and uniform white-stemmed pac choi for mini or full-size heads.
For mini or full-size heads.
Bright strawberry red pac choi for mixed packs and baby leaf.
Bright strawberry red pac choi.
Beautiful dark green pac choi, best at full size, suitable for minis.
Beautiful dark green 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.
Slow bolting white-stem pac choi for dense, fully formed mini heads.
Slow bolting white-stem pac choi.
Beautiful, dark-red pac choi for baby leaf.
Dark-red pac choi for baby leaf.