Asian Vegetable Collection - Thai Basil, Napa Cabbage, Canton Pak Choi, Chinese Celery, Green Onions, Watermelon Radish
Asian Vegetables for Your Garden - Add some variety to your garden with Thai basil, Michilhili Napa Cabbage, Chinese celery, Tokyo long white onion, Canton Pak Choi, and Watermelon Radishes.
Delicious and Nutritious - Tasty for cooking and eating, these vegetables are packed with fiber and flavor and are a fantastic change of pace. They also can be fermented, frozen, or canned for long term storage.
Grow Now or Later - Plant now or store for future growing seasons. Will remain viable for years if stored in a cool dry location. Each packet has instructions for saving seeds so you can perpetuate your harvest and share with others.
Easy to Grow - Seeds come in a beautiful paper pack with instructions for successful growing and germination alongside your vegetables. Getting started is simple for both beginner and experienced gardeners.
Quality Seeds - Safe, non-hybrid non-GMO heirloom seeds proudly sourced in the USA for your family to plant and grow for years to come. Open-pollinated, naturally grown and selected to ensure the best germination rates.
Thai Basil has striking coloration with green leaves and dark purple stems and flowers. This basil has a delicious flavor and scent with clove overtones - perfect for stir-fries and Asian dishes.
Cabbage Michihili (Napa) - Upright, cylindrical Chinese cabbage that forms loose leafy heads. Leaves are white stemmed with green edges. Crisp and mild; excellent stir-fried or pickled.
Chinese Celery is an excellent indoor container plant. Hollow stems have a strong flavor and are more delicate and smaller than conventional celery. This versatile celery can be used in a variety of dishes and soups.
Tokyo Long White is an heirloom bunching onion that is used primarily for its long, slender green tops that can reach up to 16" tall. The whites do not develop round bulbs. Easy to grow and thrives in containers.
Canton Pak Choi, or Bok Choy, is a white stemmed Asian cabbage that is a cool-weather favorite. The nutritious leaves and stems are a mild, crisp addition to many soups, stir-fries, and noodle dishes.
Watermelon Radishes are mild with only a hint of peppery bite. This Daikon radish gets its name from its rosy interior edged with green and white.
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