Baby Bok choy is a tasty and nutritious seedling that grows well in containers and is grown outdoors.
The growing process takes just a few weeks, but it is a laborious and slow process, requiring several months of seedlings.
Here’s how to plant your own baby Bok Choys.1.
Prepare the nursery bed for the Bok Choya2.
Make the Bok Bok ChOY garden seedlings1.1 Put the Bok Boks in a bowl.
The first Bok Bok choya you plant will be a very tiny one.
After planting it, use a wooden skewer to scrape the seedlings into a small bowl and put it in a container with air holes.
This will prevent them from drying out and rotting.2.2 Prepare the soil in your garden.
In a bowl, add a few inches of water, a couple of inches of coarse sand, and a few centimeters of fine sand.3.4.5 Prepare the Bokchoy soil for your Bokchoya seedlings to grow in.
Start by soaking your Bok Bokchoys in a solution of about one cup of water for a few minutes.
Add the Bokches to the water, cover them with a towel, and allow them to sit for five minutes.
Then cover them again with the towel and allow the BokChoy to dry for two hours.
After that, add about one third of the water in a bucket to the bowl, and stir in the sand.
After two hours, you should have a thick, dark, green soil with little to no lumps or dead roots.5.6.7 Prepare the seeds for the first Bok Choro.
Place a few Bokchoro seeds in a plastic bag and shake it to mix the seeds up.