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Kale offers a range of benefits for the whole body. It is high in fibre, antioxidants, calcium, vitamin C and K, iron and a wide range of good things.
Nutritious and easy to cultivate, use the leaves raw in salads and smoothies or cooked in stews, soups, stir-fries or make kale chips.
Kale is the lesser-known member of the Brassica family that also includes cabbages, cauliflowers and broccoli. It can be grown from seeds or seedlings and will be ready to harvest in 55 to 75 days for seeds and 30 to 40 days for seedlings.
Follow our six easy steps to successful kale harvest including tips along the way.