By mila7272
2 years ago

Kale

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This superfood deserves a place in any fall garden. It’s a mid-season plant that requires around 2 months to mature, so kale should ideally be planted 60 days prior to the first frost. However, if you intend on just harvesting the tender leaves, you can plant it much later and still have plenty for your use. In fact, it’s better to plant it late as it cannot stand the heat of summer.

Sow the seeds ½ an inch deep and then thin them out so that they are one foot apart. Once established, this plant can withstand the cold up to temperatures as low as 20F (-7C), so if you have mild winters, you can continue to enjoy this vegetable throughout the season.
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Violeta Beautiful
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MegyBella I love kale 😊
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