About Asian vegetable seeds
- 22 Asian vegetable seed varieties
- Greens and root vegetables grow best in the fall through winter
- Heirloom and organic varieties available
- Deer resistant and drought tolerant varieties available
It's easy to fall into the habit of eating out or ordering in, especially when hungry after a long day. Did you know that a lot of healthy Asian cuisine can be whipped up in a short period of time? Even better, you can grow many of the essential vegetables in your very own yard. While Asian cuisine can vary widely from region to region, a lot of the produce remains consistent. Chinese cabbage, eggplant, bunching onions, tatsoi mustard, peas, daikon radish—the list goes on and on.
Many Asian vegetables, especially brassicas, tend to produce higher yields in colder climates. Others, such as eggplant, thrive in hot summer sun. Be sure to determine the proper planting time and location for each variety that you decide to grow in your garden.