Here we have a beautiful little flower bud of a pac choy plant. It's edible and unusually tasty. The chef has been loving them ever since our older choy plants have sent up a flower spike and have started to blossom. We like to let a lot of veggies here at Love Apple Farm flower, because most vegetable flowers (particularly winter vegetables) can be eaten. We also do it to save seed and to feed our bees in the winter time, when flowers are scarce.
This bud though, is equally edible and lovely. If it reminds you of a tiny broccoli head, then you've got a good eye. Pac choy, pak choi, bok choy, or however you want to spell it, is a sister of broccoli. Both are members of the Brassica family. I think you would find this particular bud, though, quite sweet. The rest of the plant is wonderfully edible as well, including the stem after it sends up its flower spike. So don't be shy, eat those greens....all of them!