Sea kale Plant Spacing

When planting out sea kale, how far apart are you spacing each plant from one another?

For plants that will be frequently harvested, you can crowd them as close as 18 inches. 24 inches is a more comfortable spacing. For plants that will be grown long term without harvesting, like for ornamental use, you might consider going up to 30 inches or even 36 if you don’t want any overlap.

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