EARLY HANOVER (Kale)

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(Brassica oleracea) Also known as 'Premier'.  Heirloom.  Attractive plant with copious amounts of flavourful, smooth green leaves with scalloped edges.  More smooth and tender than other kale varieties making it ideal for juicing, salads etc.  Vigorous & fast growing.  Early variety.  60 days.  800 seeds

(Kale00869)

SKU Kale00869
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.010m

Delicious lush vibrant kale

By: on 1 November 2017
This was the first time growing this variety. Fantastic germination success in Tasmania. Beautiful plants.
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