White Choko / Chayote seedlings 2 pack Rare Variety


These white Chokos / Chayotes are sprouting and ready to be planted.

White chokos are an especially rare variety compared to green chokos. With only a small number of white choko growers, they’re almost impossible to find online or offline, even more so if you want sprouted ones! They have a more buttery flavour than the green ones.

Chokos are best planted in two’s and White Chokos usually need less watering than the green ones – about 3-4 times a week.
Of course, that depends on your climate and observing your plant is always advised to know whether a Choko needs watering.

Choko vines were traditionally used to shade the chook house, or over the backyard dunny. They are also great for covering a fence as a vertical crop.

The tuberous part of the root is starchy and eaten like a yam (can be fried). It can also be used as pig or cattle fodder.

Supply is limited, so be BE QUICK to grab yours while there’s some still available.

Sold in lots of two sprouted White Chokos. These will bring mucho chokos in your future.

The postage for 1 lot is $12.50 and $15.75 for 2 and 3 lots via Aus Post parcel with tracking.

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Being a versatile and adaptable food crop, Choko’s are used in many cuisines. They can be eaten raw or cooked and used for jam, chutney or pie filler, as well as in savoury dishes or salads.

The root, stem, seeds and leaves are edible as well.

The fruit does not need to be peeled to be cooked or fried in slices.

It has a very mild flavor. It is commonly served with seasonings (e.g., salt, butter and pepper in Australia) or in a dish with other vegetables and flavorings.

It can also be boiled, stuffed, mashed, baked, fried, or pickled in escabeche sauce.

Both fruit and seed are rich in amino acids and vitamin C.

Fresh white fruit are firm and without brown spots or signs of sprouting; smaller fruit are usually more tender.

Chayote can be sliced lengthwise and eaten using salad dressing dip.

The seed is edible and tasty to some when served cold and dipped in dressing.

Weight 0.80 kg
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 5 cm