Green Chives, also called leek is a hardy perennial plant. The flat and dark green leaves have mild-flavored taste between the garlic and the onion. Generally it is about 8-12 inches in height, with 5-9 leaves per plant.
Shanghai Bok Choy is widely known as “Yu Choy” in the north part of China. It is also a very common vegetable in Asian cuisine. It has thick, spoon-shaped, and succulent stems, which taste crunchy and juicy.
Gai Lan is the Cantonese name for a vegetable that is also known as Chinese Broccoli. It is a leaf vegetable featuring thick, flat, glossy blue-green leaves with thick stems and a small number of tiny, almost vestigial flower heads.
Baby Bok Choy has crinkled and dark green leaves with round rims. It is also featured with a very bright white and short stem.
Snow Pea Tips are known as Dau Mue in Cantonese. Snow pea tips are harvested when the leaves are tender, young and literally bursting with a distinctive pea flavor. Snow Pea tips are considered as a delicacy in oriental vegetables. Dau Mue has thin, green stems, and...