Bulk Kale Seeds - "Blue Curled Scotch"

Brassica oleracea "Blue Curled Scotch"

Bulk Kale Seeds - "Blue Curled Scotch"
  • Blue / Green, leafy heads up to 15 Inches / Spread up to 35 Inches
  • 60+ Days to Harvest. Recommended for All Zones. Heirloom, Open Pollinated
  • Will tolerate some shade, but prefers full sun exposure
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  • Blue / Green, leafy heads up to 15 Inches / Spread up to 35 Inches
  • 60+ Days to Harvest. Recommended for All Zones. Heirloom, Open Pollinated
  • Will tolerate some shade, but prefers full sun exposure
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PLANT BLUE CURLED SCOTCH KALE SEEDS - GROW HEIRLOOM KALE
 
Delicious, attractive and nutritious, Blue Curled Scotch produces a bounty of silvery, blue-green leaves throughout the cooler months.  We loved making kale chips out of this variety!  Wonderful mixture of sweet and bitter - toss with olive oil, sea salt & then bake for a superb snack!  Great in soups, salads and stir-fry as well.
  • Blue / Green, leafy heads up to 15 Inches / Spread up to 35 Inches
  • 60+ Days to Harvest. Recommended for All Zones. Heirloom, Open Pollinated
  • Will tolerate some shade, but prefers full sun exposure
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Botanical NameBrassica oleracea "Blue Curled Scotch"
Planting TimeCool Season
Plant Life CycleAnnual
TypeHeirloom, Open Pollinated
Sowing MethodDirect Sow
Light RequirementsFull Sun
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When to Plant:

  • Kale can be planted at any time, from early spring to early summer. Be mindful, as hot weather makes kale bitter.
  • If planted late in the summer, you can harvest it from fall until the ground freezes.

How to Grow:

  • Plant ¼ to ½ inch deep in an area with well-drained, loamy soil.
  • If planting in cool season, select an area that will get full sun. Choose partial shade if growing in the warm season.
  • Seeds will sprout best in soil around 70 degrees F.
  • After 2 weeks, thin seedlings so they are spaced 8 to 12 inches apart.
  • Water the plants regularly, but take care not to over water.
  • Mulch the soil heavily after first freeze. The plants can sometimes produce leaves throughout the winter.

When to Harvest:

  • Kale is ready to harvest when the leaves are about the size of your hands.
  • Avoid picking the terminal bud at the top center of the plant, as this will keep the plant productive.
  • Only pick about a fistful of leaves per harvest.
  • Kale grows until it’s about 20 degrees F - a touch of frost actually sweetens the flavor.