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Kale, Dwarf Blue Curled

Low, compact plants with finely curled, bluish-green leaves. Good cooked or fresh in salads. Grows best in cool weather. Can be grown as a spring or fall crop. 55 days to harvest.
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Kale, Red Russian

This heirloom kale was originally brought to the West by Russian traders. These pretty, wavy-leafed plants will mature to full sized specimens if given the space, however, we think they are best planted densely in rows and harvested like lettuce.
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Kale, Siberian Sprouting

A kale type ideal for sprouting and eating the younger, tender leaves, Siberian Kale has a flatter leaf than most market varieties, and will grow and survive in temperatures well below freezing.
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