As the name suggests, Dwarf Siberian Kale is generally a cool weather Kale, but it will also grow surprisingly well in more temperate climates.This thick leafy kale grows to impressive lengths (around 24 inches in diameter), and its’ intense green color makes it one of the most popular kale varieties around. Its’ leaves are frilly and beautiful to look at - and even better to taste! Dwarf Siberian Kale is great in smoothies, sauteed in stir frys, and mixed in with salads. This plant is wonderful for the home gardener. Kale is a very high source of vitamin C, beta carotene and many other nutrients, making it one of the best greens to harvest.
Planting & Care: Dwarf Siberian Kale seeds have origins that can be traced back to Russia, making them extremely hardy in the winter. Dwarf Siberian Kale seeds should be planted indoors around 6-8 weeks before the first frost, and then transplanted outside after they reach 3 inches tall. Seeds should be planted ½ to ¼ inches deep. You can harvest them around two months after planting, or 50 days to maturity. Harvest during cool temperatures, and be sure to give this plant plenty of water - but be careful not to over water is this can lead to rotting.
1 Packet: 5g
1 Gram ~ 250-300 seeds
1 Pound ~ 115,000-150,000 seeds