Siberian Kale (Brassica oleracea)
A curly-leaf, cold-hardy dwarf variety, Siberian is a terrific choice for northern gardeners. Flavor is enhanced after a frost. Sweet and delicious with lovely blue-green leaves.
- 100 seeds minimum
- Germination: 5-8 days
- Maturity: 65 days
- Sow ¼” deep in direct sun as soon as soil can be worked in early spring.
- Space plants 12-24” apart in rows 18-36” apart.
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Was impressed by this cold hardy variety. Have overwintered twice in my northern Wyoming garden with no effort. This spring, after a long and harsh winter, there it was. It was very alive under a pile of snow.
I highly recommend this variety. While I started these indoors, I put them outside very early. They were snowed on once and frosted several times. Quite compact for my small size garden, they don't take up of space. I had 100% germination with this variety. This kale is thriving in my zone 6a garden. The taste is reminiscent of very mild broccoli and is far better than anything available in a grocery store!