One of the most popular vegetables in Chinatown. Large/thick stems with bluish green leaves and white flower buds are very crispy and delicious. This variety grows well in wide range of climates, suitable for growing all year round in subtropical and tropical regions. Plants can be harvested, 45 days in spring/summer season and 55-60 days in fall/winter season, after the sowing. Chinese love to cook this vagetable by stir fry with garlic or oyster sauce, after a very quick/short cooking in boiling water. You can find this popular dish, Chinese Style Gai-Lan, offered in most Chinese restaurants.