BOK CHOY grows quite nicely in our elevation. It likes the cooler weather, and can be grown outdoors in the summer and in the greenhouse throughout the winter. I have a bad habit of planting too many at one time, not eating it all at once and then the remaining plants bolt before I get to them. As with everything else, the ducks get the extras. My goal for this year is to plant only two at a time, in succession.
BOK CHOY VARIETIES GROWN
WHITE STEM || 45-55 Days || DTH: 35-45 Days
BABY PAK CHOI || 30-35 Days || DTH: 23-50 Days (Some harvested young & early and others allowed to get quite large.)
JOI CHOI F1 || 45 Days || DTH: not yet harvested
*DTH = Actual Days to Harvest, from date of transplant outdoors.