KALE RED RUSSIAN 350 SEEDS

1,900.00

Red Russain Kale has a milder, sweeter flavour than traditional varieties. The leaves are green-grey and frilly a bit oak leaf-like. They can be used when very small in raw salads. The red veines get darker in the cold. The older leaves can be used like cabbage leaves, blanched or steamed. Excellent cold tolerance. Kale is a brilliant leaf vegetable, a great source of  Vitamin C, Pro-vitamin A, folic acid and iron at times when there are not many other fresh vegs is available from your garden.

Sow the Red Russian kale seeds outdoors in April – June in a well-prepared seedbed in the spring, in drills 0.5 cm deep and about 30cm apart. Or in seed trays February – March indoors.

Thin out to 20 cm apart; when plants have 4 true leaves plant them into final position 70-100 cm apart. When seedlings are large enough to handle plant them outside in a well dug-up bed.

Pick the leaves regularly from October to March; the centre stem may be pinched out to encourage side shoot growing.

Nero di toscana can be treated as a cut and come again crop, as the baby leaves are really delicious in raw salads or gently steamed when a bit older.

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Red Russain Kale has a milder, sweeter flavour than traditional varieties. The leaves are green-grey and frilly a bit oak leaf-like. They can be used when very small in raw salads. The red veines get darker in the cold. The older leaves can be used like cabbage leaves, blanched or steamed. Excellent cold tolerance. Kale is a brilliant leaf vegetable, a great source of  Vitamin C, Pro-vitamin A, folic acid and iron at times when there are not many other fresh vegs is available from your garden.

Sow the Red Russian kale seeds outdoors in April – June in a well-prepared seedbed in the spring, in drills 0.5 cm deep and about 30cm apart. Or in seed trays February – March indoors.

Thin out to 20 cm apart; when plants have 4 true leaves plant them into final position 70-100 cm apart. When seedlings are large enough to handle plant them outside in a well dug-up bed.

Pick the leaves regularly from October to March; the centre stem may be pinched out to encourage side shoot growing.

Nero di toscana can be treated as a cut and come again crop, as the baby leaves are really delicious in raw salads or gently steamed when a bit older.