Pak Choi Red – Golem

Organic non GMO seeds for microgreens and sprouts

4,60 62,00 

The organic red Pak Choi is a cabbage variety native to South-East Asia. Its non-GMO sprouts and microgreens are characterised by a delicate taste and a slight spiciness and are ideal for the preparation of Asian dishes.


Organic red Pak Choi

The organic red Pak Choi, botanical name Brassica rapa chinensis, is an Asian variant of our traditional cabbage. Like the other Brassicaceae, the organic red Pak Choi grows quickly and has a green stem and purple-red tinged leaves.

How can I grow it?

Producing organic red Pak Choi sprouts and microgreens is quick and easy, even at home.
After planting the seeds, we recommend leaving them in the dark for the first 3/4 days, watering them sparsely and often. Then you can move them into the light and in only 4/5 days you will already have perfect organic red Pak Choi sprouts ready to be enjoyed.
If you prefer to harvest the microgreens, with their crunchy reddish leaves, you only need to wait 10/12 days.

How can I eat it?

Organic red Pak Choi sprouts and microgreens are rich in vitamins A and C, protein and minerals. Thanks to their delicate flavour with a slight bitter aroma, they are excellent for wholesome and different salads and side dishes.

Organic red Pak Choi seeds may contain traces of soy, mustard, wheat, gluten and grasses.

Store the seeds in a cool and ventilated place, with temperature between 8° and 20° C, away from weather, changes in humidity and sunlight.

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Technical Sheet

Pak Choi red for sprouts and microgreens – Non-GMO organic seed
Botanical name: Brassica rapa chinensis
Number of seeds per gram: 400
Weight of one thousand seeds: 2,50gr
Packaging available online: 50gr | 100gr | 250gr | 500gr | 1,00kg
Seed color: brown
Color of microgreens: green with red hues
Flavor: delicate, reminescent of fresh cabbage
Guaranteed minimum germination rate: 80%
Origin: Italy

Difficulty of growth: easy
Soaking is not necessary
Keep in the dark for 3/4 days
Germinates in 4/5 days
Microgreens in 10+ days