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Some Asian vegetables that can be grown from seeds are bok choy and daikon radish. Bok choy, a green, leafy vegetable used in stir-fries, should be planted as seeds and not transplanted. This keeps the plant, which is a ... More »

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Chinese vegetable seeds are available for purchase at EvergreenSeeds.com and TainongSeeds.com. EvergreenSeeds.com features for than 350 varieties of Asian vegetable seeds packaged in paper packets or plastic bags along w... More »

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Vegetable seeds are available on Burpee.com, HomeDepot.com and Lowes.com. Additionally, customers have the option of purchasing vegetable seeds in-store and over the phone at The Home Depot and Lowe's. More »

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Broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage and bok choy are all categorized as cruciferous vegetables. Other lists also include arugula, collard greens, horseradish, radishes, turnips, watercress, rutabaga an... More »

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Cruciferous vegetables are those vegetables in the cabbage family including broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage and bok choy. Other lists also include arugula, collard greens, horseradish, radishes, tu... More »

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Scientifically, vegetables are any part of a plant that does not contain seeds or develop from flowers. This includes the roots, stems, leaves and tubers. On the dinner table, however, vegetables are produce that tastes ... More »

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Radish greens are edible, though some contain prickles that can make them unpleasant to eat raw. Cooking removes the hairs that make raw greens potentially unpalatable. Many Asian varieties have been developed specifical... More »

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