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Specialty Vegetables for Any Canadian Garden

While these vegetables on the list are not easily found in the market, you can have them in your garden instead. Here are five of the uncommon, special vegetables you can plant in your garden.

Chinese Cabbage

Also known as Napa Cabbage, this vegetable is best planted during the spring season when the frost had subdued. Space them at about 30 cm apart. You can harvest these within 55 to 95 days after planting via direct seeding.

Bok Choy

A member of the Brassica family, this vegetable is best planted as early as spring and directly planted as soon as the frost had died out. Space the seeding at 15 cm. max in rows with a foot apart from every row. They are ready for harvest after 45 to 60 days after planting via direct seeding.

Tah Tsai

Known as Chinese savoury or spinach mustard, this vegetable also prefers cool weather and is best planted during spring when the frost had died out. Space the seeing at 15 cm apart. You can harvest these crops in 25 to 40 days after planting via direct seeding.

Gai Lan

known as Chinese kale or Chinese broccoli, this vegetable is best planted via direct seeding and after the frost had subdued. Space the seeding 5 cm apart from each other. This is ready for harvest after 50 to 55 days.

Daikon Radish

This vegetable can survive both cool and warm seasons. Plant these with direct seeding and space them 15 cm apart from each other. You can harvest them within 60 to 75 days.

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