Brassica oleracea sabauda
The first available deep red kale with leaves. A medium size, eye catching and productive plant. Used as an ornamental or edible bush in the garden or in the house. Excellent taste in soups.
CULTURAL PRACTICES: Sow in early spring, or June to July, in fertile soil with a pH of 6.5, 6 mm deep and 2.5 cm apart. Seedlings should be thinned out to space 50 cm apart. The plant will mature in about 60 days, with best growth in cool conditions. Do not plant where Cole crops have been planted during the two previous years in order to avoid disease.
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