Seed Freaks - Brassica - Cabbage - Walking Stick - 350 seeds approx
Seed Freaks – Brassica – Cabbage – Walking Stick – 350 seeds approx
CABBAGE: WALKING STICK
(BRASSICA OLERACEA VAR. LONGATA)
Also known as walking stick kale, this rare & unusual
plant originated from the Channel Islands and grows up to 5 metres tall.
The leaves are snipped off and eaten, as per cabbage or kale.
Annual in cooler areas of Australia they can grow up to 3 years in warmer areas.
WHEN TO PLANT
Cool Climate: AUG, SEP, OCT: For Summer crops. Direct or in trays
DEC, JAN: For Winter crops. Direct or in trays
Temperate: All Year
Sub – Tropical: All Year
Tropical: All Year
Arid: All Year (well-watered.)
Rich, well-drained soil.
Sow in trays 5mm. 2 seeds per cell.
Thin to 1 plant per cell.
Transplant 5–6-week-old seedlings in a fertile garden bed, 30cm apart,
allowing 60-70cm between rows.
Spray with dipel to reduce caterpillar damage.
DAYS TO HARVEST
APPROX 200 SEEDS
OPEN POLLINATED SEED 100% TASMANIAN GROWN
If the word HUON is in bold on the packet it means it’s been grown and saved in the Huon Valley.
All those grown in the Huon Valley are grown organically.
Sorry, no sales to WA or overseas due to quarantine Restrictions.
We hope you enjoy growing these heirloom and often rare varieties. While we grow seed commercially it’s home gardeners who are keeping them alive!