Brassica oleracea (Alboglabra group)

This uniquely Asian vegetable in the cabbage family is grown for its large edible stem that can be harvested from 45 to 60 days after sowing. Young plants are harvested whole and used in a variety of cooked dishes. Read More…

Brassica oleracea (Acephala Group)

Colorful and vitamin rich this beautiful garden kale produces vibrant pink to red fan-shaped leaves with highly frilled edges. Read More…

Brassica oleracea (Acephala Group)

This variety has plume-like leaves that are finely curled and an attractive bluish-green color. Dwarf plants grow up to 15 inches tall but can spread up to 30 inches wide. Hardy and maintains color well. Read More…

Brassica oleracea (Acephala Group)

This snowy white centered variety offers a contrasting compliment to Crimson Garden and has the same growth habits and leaf characteristics. Read More…

Brassica oleracea (Acephala Group)

The variety of kale has a vigorous growing habit like most other kales. Expect the plants to grow 2 feet tall with the leaves being 6 to 18 inches long. Lacinato kale is also known as Tuscan kale and Dinosaur kale. The leaves are long and slender with a dark blue-green color and bumpy surface. Read More…

Brassica napus pabularia

Red Russian’s leaves are deep gray-green with purple veins, flat, non-curled with deeply cut margins. Mature leaves are more tender than other kale varieties and have a mild sweet flavor. Vigorous, 18 to 30 inches tall. Matures 50 days from transplanting. Read More…