Also known as Chinese Broccoli, all parts of this plant, including the stems and leaves, are edible. It is best prepared stir fried or blanched.
For specific instructions and information regarding each variety, visit Rangeview Seeds.
Making a difference
- Supporting local businesses reduces carbon miles
- Growing your own veggies is a great sustainable practice!
- Comes in a paper envolope with a differing amount of seeds depending on the variety
- Gardening instructions are printed onto each seed packet
Rangeview seeds is a Tasmanian company run by one man with help from his family and friends. They specialise in developing seeds for practical purposes and are passionate about sustainability. Rangeview hopes they can help you on your garden journey so that you can be self-sufficient in growing your own foods and medicine!