Siberian kale has a sturdy, upright growth habit and broad, blue-green leaves that are lobed and ruffled around the edges. The leaves of the napus strain are considered more mild flavored and tender than Brassica oleracea and therefore more desirable when eaten fresh. It is not to be overlooked as a cooked vegetable, which is also superb. Hardy to 10 degrees F, perhaps far lower when established and mulched. 60 days.
1 gram per packet, average 350 seeds. Approximately 10,000 seeds per ounce.
One packet will sow a 6' row for baby leaf production at 60 seeds/ft. For mature leaves transplant seedlings or sow 3-4 seeds every 12-18" and thin to 1 plant.