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Jicama   Kailaan   Kale   Kohlrabi  
Jicama - Climbing Yam Bean H UT
Pachyrhizus erosus
Climbing plant from Central America, with delicious sweet, crisp tuber, eaten raw or cooked, flowers are removed, as seeds are toxic. Sow spring in the subtropics; sow all year in the tropics; in warm temperate areas do not sow before early summer as it requires a very warm soil to germinate. Suitable for temperate, subtropical and tropical areas.
Jicama growing information...

SJ101approx. 15 seeds
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Kailaan H UT
Brassica oleracea Alboglabra Group
Syn. Chinese Broccoli; Chinese kale; gai lum, gai lan (China); kol (Indonesia); kai lan (Malaysia); phak khana (Thai); cai ro (Vietnam)
A fast growing, hardy vegetable that can be planted close together, making it very productive for small spaces. It is harvested for its thick, succulent stems, leaves and flower buds, which are delicious cooked. Very nutritious, a good source of Vitamin C and antioxidants. It is heat and frost tolerant. Kailaan fills the gap waiting for the broccoli crop to start producing. It germinates best between 18 - 24C soil temperature. In cool areas sow October - February; in temperate areas sow spring to autumn; in subtropical areas sow March - September; in tropical areas sow April - August. Days to harvest: 60-70.
SK170approx. 100 seeds
Brassica oleracea Acephala Group
Kale is mainly an annual cool season crop; it is frost hardy. In temperate areas sow early spring and early autumn; in subtropical areas sow March - July; in tropical areas sow late March - July, during the dry season. Seed germinate best between 8 - 30C soil temperature.
Sow 10 mm deep in trays or seedbed. Space plants 30 - 45 cm apart. Plant in full sun in fertile, well-drained soil. Keep soil moist and add organic fertiliser monthly. Harvest the young, tender, centre leaves. Kale is a 'cut and come again' vegetable and easy to grow. Use as steamed green or as an exciting ingredient in salad mixes.
Kale 'Blue Curled Scotch' OG
'Blue Curled Scotch' has finely curled, very decorative, blue-green leaves on a compact plant. It is extremely hardy, slow to bolt in spring and tolerant of both hot and cold weather. Grow it as a winter vegetable or as an ingredient in salad mixes. As a microgreen it has blue-green fringed leaves. It has a peppery cabbage flavour and is very nutritious; a source of folate, vitamin K, iron, iodine, calcium and vitamin C.
SK175approx. 100 seeds
SK177 No WA
Kale 'Cavolo Nero' UT
syn. Lacinato, Black Tuscan
'Cavolo Nero' has unique, dark green, heavily savoyed leaves; it is also called a "dinosaur" type. It is tolerant of hot and cold weather. Grow it as a winter vegetable or as an ingredient in salad mixes. In a salad mix it takes 30 days; to full size it takes 65 days.
SK139approx. 100 seeds
SK143 No WA
SK192 No WA
SK193 No WA
Kale 'Dwarf Siberian Improved' UT
'Dwarf Siberian Improved' is a Russian variety, very hardy and productive. The frilly, broad, dark green leaves grow on long, succulent, sweet stalks on a compact plant. It is slow to bolt in spring and tolerant of both hot and cold weather. Grow it as a winter vegetable or as an ingredient in salad mixes. It has a peppery cabbage flavour and is very nutritious. Days to harvest: 65.
SK164approx. 100 seeds
SK166 No WA
Kale 'Red Winter' OG
'Red Winter' is an improved form of 'Red Russian' kale with dramatic-looking, leafy-green with purple stems and tender, red, wavy, oak-leaf-shaped leaves. It is extremely hardy; tolerant of both hot and cold weather. Grow it as a winter vegetable, as an ingredient in salad mixes or a garnish.
SK123approx. 100 seeds
SK146 No WA
Brassica oleracea Gongylodes
An heirloom vegetable introduced before 1860, kohlrabi is a root vegetable with a mild, sweet, turnip-like flavour. It is nutritious, being a good source of vitamin C and potassium. Use steamed or grated raw in salads.This is a very hardy vegetable and easy to grow. Sow early spring or late summer to winter
Kohlrabi 'Purple Vienna' UT
Kohlrabi 'Purple Vienna' has bright purple skin and white flesh. The flesh is tender with a mild, cabbage-turnip flavour. Pick when small, golf-ball-sized, as they become fibrous with age. Use cooked or grated raw in salads. Sow early spring or late summer to winter. This is a very hardy vegetable and easy to grow.
SK187approx. 150 seeds
SK189 No WA
SK190 No WA
Kohlrabi 'White Vienna' UT
The round, above-ground "bulbs" have a light green, smooth skin and creamy white, tender flesh.
SK162approx. 150 seeds
SK185 No WA
SK186 No WA
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Australian native plant
OG organically certified with AusQual - Certified Organic
UT untreated; no chemical fungicide, insecticide or rodenticide
edible flower petals to add colour, flavour and nutrition to meals
bee and good bug friendly. Information on growing bee forage.
H suitable for hot and humid growing conditions
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