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RED RUSSIAN KALE (58 days heirloom)

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$1.50

SKU: W350

HEIRLOOM Kale is a staple in Eastern European cooking. Ease of growth, variety of uses, nutrition, and delicious flavor (particularly after a frost) make kale an ideal addition to any garden and diet. This variety's tender, oak shaped, three foot leaves change from reddish green to red after a frost. Even here, they can be left in the garden for harvest throughout the winter. 30 seeds
HEIRLOOM Kale is a staple in Eastern European cooking. Ease of growth, variety of uses, nutrition, and delicious flavor (particularly after a frost) make kale an ideal addition to any garden and diet. This variety's tender, oak shaped, three foot leaves change from reddish green to red after a frost. Even here, they can be left in the garden for harvest throughout the winter. 30 seeds PLANTING: Indoors- 4-6 weeks before last frost, 1/2” deep. Keep well watered and fertilized. Transplant out just before last frost. Start at same time as Broccoli, Cabbage, and Cauliflower. Outdoors- 1/2” deep, 2-4” apart in early spring with soil temperature 55 degrees. Thin seedling to 12-24” apart. Sow another planting in mid/late summer for fall crops. Harvest- Pick young leaves starting at 8-10” from the middle upward. Tips- Leaves become very sweet after frost. Use thinning’s or sow a heavy seeded row every 10-14 days for baby greens.

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Short Description HEIRLOOM Kale is a staple in Eastern European cooking. Ease of growth, variety of uses, nutrition, and delicious flavor (particularly after a frost) make kale an ideal addition to any garden and diet. This variety's tender, oak shaped, three foot leaves change from reddish green to red after a frost. Even here, they can be left in the garden for harvest throughout the winter. 30 seeds
SKU W350
Seed Varieties Kale

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