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Siber Frill Kale (Organic, 60-70 Days)

Another new incredible kale introduction, unlike any we have seen before. Extremely frilly edged leaves, as if the edge of each leaf has micro kale leaves growing from it. Large green/gray leaves reach 12 inches across and form a wide open plant. Engaging when paired with the Dazzling Blue variety in a vegetable or flower garden. 

30 seeds

Brassica oleracea

Germination: 3-10 days

Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 70-85ºF.

Seed Sowing Depth: 1/2” deep

Starting Indoors: 4-6 weeks before last frost. Sow 2-3 seeds per cell/pot. Thin to the strongest seedling. Fertilize the seedlings every 7-10 days with a liquid or water soluble fertilizer, diluted to ¼ of suggested measurement. Transplant a week or two before last frost. Space 12-18" apart. Sow in midsummer for fall crops. 

Sowing Outdoors: Starting in spring when soil temperature reaches at least 55ºF. Sow 2-3 seeds every 12-18”. Sow closer to harvest baby greens. Thin to the strongest seedling per space. Sow in midsummer for fall crops. Germination is slower at lower soil temperatures.

Harvest Pick young leaves starting at 8-10". 

Tips: Plant into a fertile, well drained soil.  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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Jeannie B.
Siber Frill Kale

I grew 7 different varieties of kale in last year's garden simply to determine the qualities of each. Siber Frill was a keeper. It's frilly leaves made for a tender addition to salads and the flavor was mild. It was a unique and attractive addition to the garden and held up to multiple frosts surprisingly well.

Bonnie Z.
United States
Siber Frill

Love it. I planted some last Spring and it’s still going a year later.