(Black cabbage; Cavolo nero) Large, dark green, serrated leaves growing to a height of 60cm/2’, are useful for culinary purposes as well as ornamental. Very winter hardy. Freezing temperatures tenderize it bringing out its full flavour. Wonderful raw, in soups, stews, steamed or stir-fried, especially blended with fresh, chopped chives and coriander! 100 days.
Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch Kale - Certified Organic
(50 - 65 days). Slow to bolt, and extremely hardy, this kale tastes best after frost. Grows only 12" tall, with finely curled blue-green leaves. It will over-winter in Zones 4-5 if mulched. Very attractive.
Scarlet Kale - Sustainably-Grown
NEW FOR 2017! (50 days) A relatively new open-pollinated introduction from the U.K., this stunning kale produces heavily frilled leaves that start dark green with red veining and become progressively more red-purple as the weather gets cooler. It's more than just a pretty face, though, having great flavour as both a baby leaf or as a mature crop.
Vates Blue Curled Scotch Kale - Certified Organic
(55 days) Slow bolting Scotch type, selected from 'Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch'. Finely curled, dark blue-green leaves grow to only 16 inches tall, 24 inches wide. Extremely hardy, it does not yellow from frost or heat. Very flavourful.