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Plant Care


Botanical name

Brassica oleracea var. sabellica



A rosette of elongated leaves with wavy to frilled margins. The leaves are typically blue-green in colour, depending on the variety the leaves can also be light green, red, or purple.


Moderate maintenance and keep the soil moist.

Soil conditions

Good firm soil, with plenty of well-rotted compost mixed in.

Planting Instructions

Sow seed in early spring or late summer for a fall or winter crop. Sow seed 6-13mm deep and 40-45cm apart; Thin out seedlings at a later stage and use thinnings in a salad.


Kale is used for salads, stir-fry, Grilled sides, stuffings, pizza toppings, stews and soups.

Interesting planting ideas

Kale is a good companion with beets, celery, cucumbers, herbs, onions, spinach, chard, and potatoes. Doesn't like growing next to beans, strawberries, or tomatoes. Keep soil moist to encourage consistent growth.

Interesting info

Kale is among the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet and contains vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin B6, manganese, calcium, copper, potassium and magnesium. It also contains vitamin B1 (thiamin), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 (niacin), iron and phosphorus.
Kale Is Loaded With Powerful Antioxidants Like Quercetin and Kaempferol.

Medicinal: kale can help lower cholesterol, which may, in turn, reduce the risk of Heart disease and there are many cancer-fighting substances in kale.


Kale is ready to be picked about 60 days after seeds have been planted.


Grow 4 to 5 plants per person.

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