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True Siberian Kale Seeds-Entire plant Can Be Used,leaves,Stems,buds, and flower. A Siberian type that was recommended to us by Dr. Alan Kapuler of Peace Seeds as a highly productive, hardy kale. A variety that is becoming harder & harder to find. Resembles other Siberian kale types & you can see its relationship with red Russian kale, which is the same species. We think it is the best Siberian kale because it tolerates our Northwest winter weather better than other strains & the plants are big vigorous monsters. Plant size is important when it comes to kale since dwarf types don’t produce nearly as much food. Produces tons of tasty kale raab in the spring. Tolerated water logged soil better than many others in our kale trials. Sow indoors in flats or pots with good potting soil February – September. Transplant into the garden about 3-4 weeks after sprouting. In our area kale can grow through the winter without protection, and survives best when sown in June or early July for this purpose. Alternatively, direct sow March – September. True Siberian Kale Seeds-Entire plant Can Be Used,leaves,Stems,buds, and flower