This variety is heat-tolerant, and suitable for growing in the hot tropical regions. Leaves are green, thick, wide, and wrinkled. Plant has short internodes and white flowers. It can be planted all year-round and can be harvested in 45 days after direct seed sowing.
Gai lan is eaten widely in Chinese cuisine, Common preparations include gai lan stir-fried with ginger and garlic, and boiled or steamed and served with oyster sauce.