Brassicas, Mustards

crucifer, cabbage family Brassica oleracea var. acephala subvar. laciniata

Lerchenzungen kale Kale, Cabbage palm

Nutritious kale produces a steady supply of fresh leaves from Spring to late Autumn. These tasty dark green leaves are long and curly. Kale is a popular vegetable that can be used in a variety of dishes including salads, sauteed greens, even smoothies! Height averages 80–100 cm high.

Sow beginning mid-May and ending late June for transplants. Plant with a spacing of 40 ✕ 40 cm in nutrient-rich soil. The lower leaves can be continuously harvested. Great as a second crop planted after peas or soybeans.

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11200
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3.40 EUR
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11204
10 g (400 seeds/g)
14.53 EUR
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11205
25 g (400 seeds/g)
30.01 EUR
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Nero di Toscana, Tuscan kale Kale, Cabbage palm

This extremely decorative variety of kale is the southern brother of the nordic spring cabbage. It is very hardy and robust with dark green leaves that can appear almost black with a blistered surface. From autumn until spring, you can harvest the leaves and use raw or slightly cooked in everything from soups to smoothies. This vitamin packed super food tastes great and keeps the whole family healthy; we highly recommend it. Height reaches 200 cm.

Sow beginning mid-May to late June for transplants. Plant in the field with a spacing of 40 ✕ 40 cm in nutrient-rich soil. Compost is recommended to ensure a high and healthy yield. In Autumn, the lower leaves can be continually harvested.

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11223
5 g (400 seeds/g)
14.53 EUR
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Lanro (white) Kohlrabi

This light-green kohlrabi is extremely tender. It does well in both spring and autumn cultivation. Sowing in early August in a plastic tunnel or greenhouse gives a winter harvest. The versatility of planting and harvest time makes it ideal for direct marketers who want consistent supplies.

Sow in late March to early August in seedling trays. After six weeks, transplant into the open field, or for autumn, in a plastic tunnel. Plant with 25 ✕ 25 cm spacing. Keep soil moisture constant. Intercrop with lettuce and celery to maximize yield.

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12013
5 g (400 seeds/g)
14.58 EUR
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Blue speck Kohlrabi

Suitable for both early and late cultivation, this large kohlrabi is violet-blue. It has tender flesh inside. It delights the sight and the palette.

Sow in late March to late June in seedling trays. At the two-leaf stage, transfer to planting boxes at 5 ✕ 5 cm. Later, at 3–4 weeks of age, transplant seedlings to the open field at a distance of 25 ✕ 25 cm. Keep soil moisture constant. Intercrop with lettuce and celery to maximize yield.

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12003
5 g (400 seeds/g)
14.58 EUR
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Ideal selection z Brussel sprouts

These full and leafy brussel sprouts rise to 80 cm high. They are best for mid-late cultivation and are very hardy and robust. They handle the cold and give beautiful stalks for market displays.

Sow in April in seedling trays and later transfer to planter boxes at 5 ✕ 5 cm spacing. Transplant to the open field at 50 ✕ 50 cm spacing in nutrient-rich soil. If brussel sprout rosette formation lags into October, pinch the top off the plant to encourage development. Harvest from late autumn to spring.

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12800
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3.87 EUR
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12804
10 g (400 seeds/g)
27.43 EUR
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Black Head Red cabbage

This is a proven variety for early and late cultivation. It’s firm heads yield an intense blue-purple colour. It gives a deep cabbage taste that your expect from a red cabbage. Its average weight reaches 1000–1500 g.

Sow in early April to early June in seedling trays. Transplant into the field after four weeks at a distance of 40 ✕ 40 cm in compost-rich soil. Cover with netting to protect against Contarinia nasturtii, the swede midge. Always keep soil moist. Harvest from July and on into autumn.

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13700
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13703
5 g (400 seeds/g)
16.17 EUR
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Filderkaut, white cabbage white cabbage

In southern Germany, the Filderkraut white cabbage is almost a cult plant. Its huge and elegantly tapers into a fine point as it develops it mild flavour all summer. For sauerkraut, it is unmatched, but it is also delicious steamed or chopped for salads. Filderkraut is so mild that it leaves no sulphur odour when cooked as other cabbages do.

Sow in early April into large seedling trays. Transplant into the field in May into compost-rich garden soil. Space plants at 60 ✕ 60 cm on each side. Harvest in October.

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5 g (350 seeds/g)
16.17 EUR
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Paradise Selection Z savoy cabbage

This cabbage variety is characterized by its hardiness and mild taste. The head is flat and dark green. This cabbage of paradise has long been considered THE savoury cabbage for every garden, but recently has been supplanted by hybrid varieties. It is ideal for home gardeners who value beauty, flavour, and aesthetics.

Sowing from beginning of March to June. Bed out in beginning of June to beginning of July at a distance of 40x40cm, nutrient-rich soil. Harvest from October. A light winter protection prolongs the harvest season until spring time.

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14400
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5 g (400 seeds/g)
16.17 EUR
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Marcelin savoy cabbage

This wonderful and old savoury cabbage has fine, curled leaves. They are like a soft wavy sheet. Because of this, it is no wonder that they are the choice leaves for traditional healing methods using cabbage compresses. They also add a great texture to all your cabbage recipes.

Sow in early May to early June into seedling trays. Transplant out into the field in early June to early July at a distance of 40 ✕ 40 cm in compost-rich soil. Harvest from October onward. With light winterizing, the harvest can be prolonged until spring.

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14410
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3.40 EUR
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14413
5 g (400 seeds/g)
16.17 EUR
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