Kale

(Brassica oleracea) Kale may be the hardiest of the cabbage kin. It excels in cold weather, tasting best after frost has kissed the tender, succulent leaves, and making moderate growth whenever there is even a slight warm spell. Start in containers indoors or direct seed in the garden in late June. May also be sown indoors for early spring planting. Kale thrives in rich soil, heavy on organic matter, and moistureretentive but well drained.

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Kale - Curly Roja - Organic
The first organically available ruffled red kale! Densely frilled leaf edges, stunning purple-sage color, deep purple stems, and cold-hardiness are all elements of an exquisite kale bunch that holds well after harvest. Edible & ornamental! • 16-18” plants. (B. oleracea.) Days to maturity: 55 days    ..
$3.25
Kale - Lacinato - Italian Nero - Dinosaur - Organic
Lacinato, Italian Nero or Dinosaur - Organic. Whatever you call it it's Amazing! This unique heirloom's thick, crinkled leaves are a deep blue-green and an absolute standout in the garden. Sweet flavor, never strong or overbearing. Cold and heat tolerant in all zones. Maturity 48 Days ..
$3.25
Kale - Red Russian - Organic
Red Russian, Brassica napus. 21 days baby, 50 days mature.This heirloom kale has sweet, tender young leaves that work great in mid-summer salad mixes. Mature leaves can be bundled up as bunching greens. The gray-green leaves have bright purple stems and toothed margins. Very pretty in the ornamental kitchen garden. ..
$3.25
Kale - Vates Blue Curled - Organic
Vates Blue Curled Kale. Blue-green, curly leaves on compact plants. Can be picked at the baby leaf stage for salads or allowed to mature for greens. So nutritious and so tasty, even better after a frost. Maturity 30 days baby leaf, 50 days full. ..
$3.25
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