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Chinese Kale Kailaan
Chinese Kale or Kailaan as it is known, is a chinese broccoli which would make for an interesting substitute to standard brocolli with your dinner. It is slightly tangier in flavour than regular broccoli. This is a white flowered variety and the name is Cantonese for Chinese Kale. The flowers, leaves and stem can be eaten but the stem usually needs the skin peeled off. It is fast growing, approximately 60 days from transplanting and can be sown all through the growing season. It is grown in a similar way to Chinese Cabbage but needs less space in between.
Product Part Number: 85029
When to sow
When to Sow Kailaan Chinese Kale Seeds
April to September
Where to Sow
Sow thinly direct into growing site in rows 10cm apart or broadcast.
What to do next
Thin the seedlings as they grow to 5cm apart. When the seedlings are 15cm tall, transplant to growing site spacing 25cm between plants.
June to November (60 days from sowing)