- 100 seeds
- Open pollinated
- Distance between plants – 10-12″
- Full sun all the way to part shade
- Water every 3 days
- Days to maturity – 21-45 days
- Days to germination – 4-8 days
- Height – 12-24″
- Cold Tolerant
- Brassica napus var. pabularia
Grown on the farm, this Siberian kale is able to survive our cold Quebec winters, with protection and some extra love. The leaves can be harvested and either dehydrated, cooked or massaged in oil before being served to all those whom you love. We got the original seeds from our friend Vincent Deronde, woodworker and herbalist in Frelighsburg, Quebec. I love this plant because it keeps on providing every year healthy, mineral and vitamin rich leaves to feed my family all year long.
Sow: Plant ¼’’deep and 1’’ apart for compact leaves or broadcast and thin out to 6’’ for full plant.
Harvest: Plant in succession every 3 weeks – 21 days for baby greens