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Baby Leaf

Mei Qing Choi (Hybrid)

Pak Choi
Indoor Baby Leaf / Indoor Greens / Pak Choi

Sakata Indoor Greens

Mei Qing Choi is a Shanghai pak choi type with good heat and cold tolerance and bolting resistance. In the U.S., this variety is harvested as baby pak choi. It is smaller than Joi Choi, weighing about a quarter of a pound. This pak choi has an excellent flavor and is extra tender.

  • Uniform, slow bolting
  • Tight vase-like shape


Days to Maturity to Indoor Baby Leaf


Days to Maturity from Direct Seed



Bolt Resistance


Leaf Color


Petiole Color


Plant Habit


Relative Maturity

Very Early

Plant Shape

Tight Vase

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