Chinese Kale Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors

US $9.80

Chinese Kale Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors
— Original Package, 50 Seeds Of Each Pack

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    Chinese Kale Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors
    100% Organic Seeds We offer the highest quality 100% organic seeds online at the best price. All our seeds are non GMO and are harvested using sustainable practices. Most folks don’t need hundreds of single crop seeds for their backyard gardens. We offer smaller batches so you can grow different fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices.

    Chinese kale is also known as kailaan or Chinese broccoli. A popular, vigorous hybrid, Green Lance has white flowers, green leaves and stalks. These are all delicious. Looks like a small, slender version of broccoli. Its ability to thrive in many different micro climates makes it a good choice for home gardeners. Matures about 10 days earlier than open pollinated varieties and is heat and cold tolerant.

    Easy Guide to Growing Chinese Kale Seeds Indoors and Outdoors

    Hey green thumbs! Ready to grow some Chinese kale that's pure, open-pollinated goodness? Let's get those non-GMO seeds sprouting, whether you're rocking an indoor jungle or digging in the dirt outside. Here's how:

    What You Need:

    • Chinese kale seeds (heirloom, open-pollinated, non-GMO)
    • Soil or compost
    • Planting containers (pots, trays, or a sunny spot outside)
    • Watering can or hose
    • Sunlight or grow lights
    • Maybe some fertilizer (if your soil is feeling a bit sluggish)

    Step 1: Set Up Your Space Find a sunny spot if you're planting outside, or pick a bright corner indoors. Got grow lights? Even better. Make sure there's enough space for your Chinese kale to stretch out and soak up the rays.

    Step 2: Plant Those Seeds Grab your soil or compost and fill up your containers. For outdoors, poke those seeds in about half an inch deep, spaced about 6 inches apart. Indoors, same deal – just make sure they've got enough room to grow.

    Step 3: Keep 'Em Hydrated Chinese kale likes its water, but don't drown the poor things. Keep the soil moist, watering whenever the top layer feels dry. Pro tip: water at the base to avoid soggy leaves.

    Step 4: Let There Be Light If you're growing indoors, make sure your Chinese kale gets plenty of light. A sunny window or some grow lights will do the trick. Aim for at least 6 hours of sunlight a day to keep those plants happy.

    Step 5: Thin Out the Crowd Once your seedlings start popping up, thin them out to give the survivors some breathing room. Snip off the weaker ones and leave the strongest looking ones to flourish.

    Step 6: Feed 'Em (Optional) If your soil needs a boost, give your Chinese kale a little extra love with some fertilizer every few weeks. But if your soil's already packed with nutrients, you can skip this step.

    Step 7: Harvest Time When your Chinese kale leaves are big enough to munch on, it's harvest o'clock! Snip off the outer leaves and leave the inner ones to keep growing. The more you harvest, the more they'll grow back.

    Step 8: Chow Down Now for the best part – enjoy your homegrown Chinese kale! Throw it in salads, stir-fries, soups, or just munch on it straight from the garden. Fresh, crunchy, and oh-so-good for you.

    And that's all there is to it, folks! Growing Chinese kale is a breeze, whether you're doing it indoors or out. Happy planting, and may your harvests be bountiful!