There are several varieties of semi-heading type Chincese cabbages. The upright plant is generally wrapped with long leaves forming a long tapering head while grows upward. Tender leaves are harvested for stir-fry or pickling uses. Some varieties can grow and form a cylinder headed plant up to 2 feet tall. They are relatively slow growing plants that may take more than 70 days to reach the harvest stage. Plants grow best in mild and slightly cold climates, suitable for fall crops.
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