Kale Borecole Siberian

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Siberian kale has huge blue-green, feather-shaped, slightly curled leaves on 12-16 inch rapidly growing non- heading plants and is probably the toughest variety available for with-standing the harshest winters. The first frost improves the tenderness and flavour and can then be harvested throughout the winter.

  • Seed Count: 1000

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Kale Borecole Siberian

Kale Borecole Siberian. Siberian kale has huge blue-green, feather-shaped. Slightly curled leaves on 12-16 inch rapidly growing non- heading plants . Is probably the toughest variety available for with-standing the harshest winters. The first frost improves the tenderness and flavour.

Cultivation Advice Kale Borecole Siberian

  • Plant in spring as soon as the ground can be worked or in autumn for an over-winter crop.
  • Sow 1/4 to 1/2″ deep, 1″ apart in rows 18-30″ apart.
  • Thin seedlings to 8-12″ apart when the seed can be transplant or  you eat them.
  • Kale germinates best in cool or warm soil temperatures with even moisture.
  • Choose an area with full sun and a soil pH of 6.0-7.0.
  • Enrich the soil with compost or well-rotted manure.
  • Harvest by clipping individual leaves
  • Kale is very hardy and quality actually improves after a frost.