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Kale – Flowering Crane™ Feather Mix F1

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Kale – Flowering Crane™ Feather Mix F1

Product code : 60-3850-010

6.79$

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Recommendations :
Indoor sowing : It is suggested to sow 13-15 weeks before planting outside. (*)
(*) From 7 to 10 days after the date of the last ground frost.

The Crane™ Feather is a decorative kale for cut flowers. Its texture brings a contemporary touch to compositions and bouquets.

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Maturity (Weeks)

12-17

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Germination (Days)

5-7

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Seedling temperature (°C)

21-24

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Maturity (weeks)

12-17

Germination (days)

5-7

Seedling temperature (°C)

21-24

Height (cm)

60-90

Spreading (cm)

15

Colour

Mixed colours

Formulation

Raw

Cultivation mode

Plantation : Sow the seeds 10 weeks before the last frost. Keep the temperature between 21-24 °C. Germination time is between 5 and 7 days. The seeds need light to germinate.

Soil : Indoor: A well-drained, porous sowing media is best to prevent overwatering. Outdoor: Rich, well drained soil.

Culturals practices : Step 1: plow the soil about 30 cm (12 inches). Add an equal part of potting soil and mix well. Dig a hole approximately the same length as the container and about 1 ½ to 3 times the width. Step 2: slightly squeeze the container, tap out the plant, and delicately free the roots. If the roots are too dense, liberate the fibers by inserting a knife or a transplanter. Separate the roots carefully, then place in the hole.* Good to know: Use an organic bone meal or a «soil activator» when transplanting to stimulate root development. Follow the instructions for use on the package. Fill up the hole with garden soil. Slightly press the soil around the base of the plant to favor the contact between the roots and the soil. Water regularly every 2 or 3 days until the soil is well compacted.Note: Flowering kale need cool weather to develop the best leaf color.

Consult our technical sheet

Latin name

Brassica oleracea

Use

cut flower, flower bed

Floraison

September and October

Sowing calendar

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Sowing guide

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