- Dark green winter cabbage
- Heavily curled leaves
- Compact growth
- High yield
- Ideal for freezing
he kale ‘Westlandse Winter’ is a real all-rounder in the kitchen. Typical is the preparation as a side dish to savory meat dishes, but blanchiert taste the vitamin-rich leaves delicious as an addition to the salad. Many modern uses, such as the preparation of green smoothies or kale chips, have recently broadened the scope of the kale.
From May on, the Quedlinburg seeds can be brought forward in order to be piqued after germination and, after six weeks, finally be transplanted outdoors or isolated in the bed. The kale ‘Westlandse Winter’ thrives best in a partially shaded spot on moist, humus rich and loose soil. When cultivating in the field, make sure that the cabbage is placed sufficiently low in the bed to avoid damage by the cabbage fly. The kale ‘Westlandse Winter’ is an excellent planting partner for tomatoes, runner beans or rhubarb. Cultivation together with other types of cabbage or onions, however, should be avoided. The harvest season extends from October to February. Gentle frosts can not harm the kale ‘Westlandse Winter’ – they even improve the taste.
|harvest time||January, February, October, November, December|
|germination||8 – 12 day (s)|
|Location||partially shady, sunny|
|soil quality||humos, Pay attention to sufficient moisture|
|sowing time||May June July|
|Content is enough for approx.||15 plants|
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