Kale Nero di Toscana
Kale Nero di Toscana

Kale Nero di Toscana

organic seeds
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standard packet1,80 €ADD TO CART
2g
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Kale Nero di Toscana

Brassica oleracea var. salbellica

 

Kale that makes long and narrow dark green leaves on a strong and high stem.

 

It contains an extraordinary amount of minerals, and it reaches its best value when saline starts. It can be grown throughtout the year, even in autumn and is then harvested in winter. It tolerates very low temperatures.

It can be used in the same way as savoy cabbage - half-cooked or cooked.

Sowing time
III-VII
Planting time
IV-VIII
Harvest time
V-III
Distance between plants/rows
50x50
Overwintering
Yes
Needs watering
No
No. of seeds in 1g
300
Amount of seeds in standard packet
for 80-100 plants
Optimum temperature for germination
12-20°C
Seeding rate
2-4g
Origin
EU
Goes well with
chard, beans, peas, eggplant, kohlrabi, carrot, potato, cucumber, bell pepper, tomato, leek, beetroot, radish, turnip, lettuce, spinach, celery, camomile, mint, caraway, dill, coriander, borage, sage, thyme, wormwood
Doesn't go well with
onion, garlic, strawberries, mustard

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