Pak choi

Good morning all , have just come back from a 3 Week stay in France , an Uncle came to water my garden ,bit too much in some cases ,but was lovely of him to do it, lost couple of non stop begonias ,still , BUT I put in some Pak choi , and as it was only thing the slugs do not like  it has GROWN ,  and has got yellow flowers on the top, have I let it go too much to seed ,or is this normal , as you see I am very new to veg growing and it all trial and ERROR , any help out there please .


  • WelshonionWelshonion Posts: 3,115

    It has gone to seed.

  • witchwitch Posts: 30

    So do I just pull it up ,and dump it , 

  • fidgetbonesfidgetbones Posts: 11,099

    Yes. Sowing too early in the year, pak choi will run to seed.

    It is now  the time to be sowing it for agood crop into autumn.

    It's not a mess, it's a nature reserve.
  • witchwitch Posts: 30

    Thank you , oh well try again

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