Tatsoi has proven to be quite an easy green to grow. We planted it from seeds we started during the summer and transplanted a few weeks later. It was actually a bit of an accident we ended up with tatsoi–the seeds were advertised as bok choi but turned out to be something different. It’s proven to be a nice little surprise.
I planted them in a raised bed that gets afternoon sun and water about once a week.
The plants have grown to 8” rosettes. I harvest the outer leaves once they reach the soil. I’ve been harvesting since late August, and it’s now almost November and the plants still look great.