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Hi i have been growing this in my greenhouse and i don't no what it is can anyone please tell me before i pull them. Basil? Chinese greens that are getting a bit leggy? Do you mean something like pak choi dovefromabove I would have said it looks
, chillis, pak choi, peppers, broccoli, lettuce, salad mix, coriander, basil..... My question is whether everything needs to be thinned down to a single seedling? For some, such as the cucumber which grows thick stems this is obvious. For other things
Cover strawberries with netting to keep birds off the fruitSow seeds of the following vegetables outside now: radish, runner beans, calabrese, pak choi, mizuna, marrows, courgettes, chicory, kohl rabi, lettuce, marrows, swede, turnip, French beans and endive
's still September! We harvested the last of the chillies and pulled these final few pak choi for Sunday lunch and patted Paul on the back, marvelling at the creativity of his construction. Wonder what else we could grow in it!
is great. very interesting, but I don't agree with you Where do I buy Pak Choi plants, they are a lovely flavour, but very expensive to buy in the supermarkets. Also when should you plant these, and in what conditions. Thanks. Lynn More details on hot
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
reason than they looked nice and I hadn't grown any before. I planted the cabbages in the brassica bed along with a few pak choi, some summer cabbages and the purple sprouting broccoli and covered the lot with netting to protect them from the hungry
treatments just before the heat set in, would I have had an instant stir-fry on my pak-choi?
for several years.My husband did most of the back-breaking work but, together, we managed to create some growing space (even using tyres in which to grow carrots) so that we harvested swede, carrots, lettuce, pak choi, herbs and a few potatoes over the winter