Brassica Oleracea v. acephala: A delicious, and nutritious kale with dark green, bluish leaves with a softer 'green' flavor when cooked. An easy to grow, curly variety growing up to 15 inches high, with a spread of harvestable leaves reaching out to up to 3 feet.
Kale Blue Scotch Curled takes heat well, and severe cold weather better than other Kale varieties.
This variety of kale is great for cooking because it will not disintegrate when subjected to cooking like other kale varieties.
In spring or fall sow 2-3 seeds 1/4” deep, 6” apart, in rows 3 feet apart. Keep moist until established. Kale tolerates a wide range of temperatures. Germ: 4-14 days. Maturity: 50-95 days. Harvest side leaves at 6 to 8 inches in length.
Seeds are stored in environmental conditions that promote seed life (Dark/Dry/Cool). Plant with confidence!