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Red Russian Kale

$6.00

Brassica napus

Days to Maturity: 24 (baby); 50-60 (spring/summer); 70-80 (fall/winter)

Red Russian Kale is widely known as one of the hardiest kale varieties, able to provide fresh greens throughout the winter, even covered in snow! Unlike other kale varieties, it retains its sweet, tender flavor year-round. Baby leaves are wonderful eaten raw in salads. Sauteé mature leaves or add to soups, quiches, stir-frys and more. Green toothed leaves have striking purple stems. Red Russian Kale has been a resilient staple in our garden for many years!

Planting Instructions: Plant Red Russian Kale seeds outdoors in early spring to late summer, 1/4-1/2" deep, 6" apart. Keep moist until germinated.

Seed Saving Instructions: Collect Red Russian Kale seed when seed pods are dry and easily crumble in your hand. Store seeds in a paper or mesh bag in a cool, dark and dry location.

Approx 150 Red Russian Kale seeds per packet

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PRODUCT INFORMATION
PRODUCT INFORMATION

Brassica napus

Days to Maturity: 24 (baby); 50-60 (spring/summer); 70-80 (fall/winter)

Red Russian Kale is widely known as one of the hardiest kale varieties, able to provide fresh greens throughout the winter, even covered in snow! Unlike other kale varieties, it retains its sweet, tender flavor year-round. Baby leaves are wonderful eaten raw in salads. Sauteé mature leaves or add to soups, quiches, stir-frys and more. Green toothed leaves have striking purple stems. Red Russian Kale has been a resilient staple in our garden for many years!

Planting Instructions: Plant Red Russian Kale seeds outdoors in early spring to late summer, 1/4-1/2" deep, 6" apart. Keep moist until germinated.

Seed Saving Instructions: Collect Red Russian Kale seed when seed pods are dry and easily crumble in your hand. Store seeds in a paper or mesh bag in a cool, dark and dry location.

Approx 150 Red Russian Kale seeds per packet

Red Russian Kale

Red Russian Kale

$6.00