BERZA COMÚN (Brassica oleracea var. viridis)
  • BERZA COMÚN (Brassica oleracea var. viridis)
  • BERZA COMÚN (Brassica oleracea var. viridis)
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SEEDS OF COLLARD GREENS GALICE TYPE

Collards are used for fodder but in numerous countries they are mainly cultivated for their large dark-colored edible leaves. In each country you can find this vegetable being part of a traditional dish.

Our seed comes from a family kitchen garden in Galicia where they do not use chemical products in their crops, taking care that the production is natural and healthy.

Seeds/gr: 250
6,00  without VAT (10%)

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Sow outdoors
Harvest
Botanical name Brassica oleracea var. viridis
Average germination (%) 80
Germination (in days) 8-10
Hardiness Hardy
Life cycle Annual, Biennial
Plant usage Edible, Fodder, Herbs garden
Seeds per gram 250
Soil - Moisture Well-drained
Soil - Type No preference
Sunlight - Exposure Partial shade, Sun
Watering Regular

Direct sowing in March, April and in autumn. They can be collected all year long but taste better in wintertime.

Rich source of minerals, fibers,  vitamin C, A, K, and calcium. The plant can also be cultivated for ornamental in a garden.

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