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This Joi Choi variety of bok choy, also referred to as a Chinese mustard plant, grows to maturity in 45 days in cool fall or early spring gardens. In addition to its value as a beautiful ga

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Submitted on Wednesday, March 6, 2013.

This Joi Choi variety of bok choy, also referred to as a Chinese mustard plant, grows to maturity in 45 days in cool fall or early spring gardens. In addition to its value as a beautiful garden plant, it is used in Chinese cooking as a substitute for celery or cabbage and as a staple in stir-fry dishes.

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