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Kale Nero Di Toscana
Kale Nero Di Toscana
  

Nero di Toscana is an Italian type of curly kale sometimes known.....

Average Contents : 250 seeds

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Kale Red Ruble
Kale Red Ruble
  

Iron rich babyleaf kale.....
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Kale Redbor
Kale Redbor
  

Kale Redbor is a strongly coloured red borecole. It has.....

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Kale Seeds Dwarf Green Curled
Kale Seeds Dwarf Green Curled
  

Dwarf Green Curled is one of the best of the open pollinated varieties.....

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Kale Seeds Winterbor
Kale Seeds Winterbor
  

Kale Winterbor is a very frost resistant, medium-tall variety for.....

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Kalettes Garden Mix - Flower Sprout
Kalettes Garden Mix - Flower Sprout
  

F1 Garden Mix is an interesting combination of Brussels Sprout and Kale.....

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Kale has been one of those almost forgotten crops in recent years but is now making a welcome comeback due its nutritional properties. Rich in iron plus vitamins C, A, K and E, kale is also the easiest of all the brassicas to grow and will tolerate extreme cold conditions and even poor soil. It can be harvested throughout the winter, when little else by way of fresh greens is available, and the crisp young leaves can also be picked in the spring to compliment salads.

There are several varieties available from the popular curly leaf type to those with flat, smooth leaves. All varieties are very hardy and unlike other members of the brassica family, they are much less susceptible to attack by pests and diseases. The modern varieties have a much improved taste compared to their earlier, bitter counterparts, making this vegetable a welcome winter alternative to frozen vegetables.