SIBERIAN (Kale)

$3.80
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(Brassica napus)  Extremely hardy. Quick growing.  Large, blue-green, slightly curled leaves, shaped like a feather.  Non-heading. Grows to 40cm. Tolerates cooler weather.  Use raw in salads, or cooked.  Excellent poultry feed.  60-70 days.  350 seeds

(Kale00897)

SKU Kale00897

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