Kailaan Kichi


Chinese Broccoli  Aprx 100 seeds җ

Chinese Kale or Kailaan as it is known, is a chinese broccoli which would make for an interesting substitute to standard brocolli with your dinner. It is slightly tangier in flavour than regular broccoli. This is a white flowered variety and the name is Cantonese for Chinese Kale. The flowers, leaves and stem can be eaten but the stem usually needs the skin peeled off. It is fast growing, approximately 60 days from transplanting and  can be sown all through the growing season. Kichi is a uniform variety with large blue green waxy leaves. With excellent stem and bud eating quality. Later maturing type with good holding ability. Some tolerance to Downy Mildew. Normally harvested when just coming into flower June to December - takes a light frost.

Kohl Rabi F1 Korfu

Turnip Cabbage  Aprx 50 seeds
A high-yielding F1 hybrid white kohl rabi. Maturity is approximately 50 days after transplanting. The very uniform bulbs are round to slightly squashed and up to 4” across.

Kohlrabi F1 Ballot

Turnip Cabbage  Aprx 50 seeds
Kohlrabi Ballot an F1 hybrid is an early cropping variety for spring or autumn cropping with bluish stems, producing good quality purple bulbs resistant to cracking with excellent crisp white flesh.

Pak Choi F1 Red Lady

Red Chinese Cabbage  Aprx 200 seeds
Pak Choi F1 Red Lady is a red leaved hybrid pak choi which adds colour to Winter salads if grown under glass. It has dark purple red upper leaves with contrasting green stem and undersides and a mild flavour. Vigorous upright plant habit and easy to cut, it can also be grown to maturity to make attractive purple red heads for bunching or bags.

Pak Choi Joi Choi F1 (Brassica rapa chinensis)

Chinese Cabbage  Aprx 200 seeds

Pak Choi deliciously spicy, pure white celery-like stalks are topped by green leaves. Each plant will have 10-14 stalks 8” to 10” long. Excellent raw or cooked.  Pak Choi can be grown all year round, however, it grows best in the spring and the autumn and must be grown in fertile moist soil. Sow outside March - August, for continuous summer salads. If you want to grow some onto maturity, use thinnings for salads, until the plants have been thinned to about 9" and you will produce some nice plants for cooking ie: stir-fry or steaming. Sow under protection Feb - early April for spring crop and August - early October for autumn/winter crop.



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Germination -- Easy Moderate and Challenging

Backlog for Fresh Seed Flavour

Hardiness - To -5°C җ To -10°C җҗ Fully Hardy җҗҗ

Needs Shady Position Sunny Position Water Loving