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they grow larger I split them in half and remove their hard black seeds. Achocha doesn't have a very distinctive flavour but does add a satisfying crunch to Thai and Chinese dishes. I cook it lightly, in the same wayI do pak choi or other oriental greens. It
-a-bit-faster and make it-to-the-end-of-the season-protection for some late sown Chinese greens and pak Chois. How did I cope before its super-light-weight protection came in to my life? The great thing is that when it is attached to the wire hoops of a pull-out tunnel
treatments just before the heat set in, would I have had an instant stir-fry on my pak-choi?
. The photograph featured here was taken last summer during my visit to the Mr Fothergill’s trial ground, and show mizuna, pak choi and other salad leaves.Salad leaves are some of the easiest crops to grow from seed in pots: just fill a pot with compost, sprinkle
. Among my favourites are mizuna, pak choi, beetroot, spinach, coriander, and a host of others. I've even been enjoying some rat-tail radish, eating the small seed pods that taste exactly like, well, radish.Fitting fruit into a small garden is always