This handsome blue-green heirloom kale was originally introduced by Russian traders. Delicious in soups stews and sautés or braised with garlic and olive oil. Flavor and color are best in cool weather.
|Row spacing||10-12 inches|
|Plant spacing||10-12 inches|
|Planting depth||1/2 inch|
|Days to germination||7-10|
|Plant height||2.5 - 3 feet|
Gardener's Notes: In early spring, sow seeds 2 inches apart directly into well-drained, fertile soil. Cover 1/2 inch deep. Keep soil evenly moist. When seedlings are 2-3 inches tall, thin to 10 to 12 inches apart so plants have room to mature. (Transplant thinned seedlings to other places). Sow again in late summer for another cold-hardy crop. Mulch to retain moisture. Start harvesting individual leaves when plants have 6 to 8 leaves.
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