Kale

Kale is known as a superfood with quite the reputation. But trust us when we say the taste of homegrown kale will have you convinced that it's an altogether different vegetable from the dreary shop-bought kale most people detest. 

All varieties, green or purple, can be eaten raw in salads, lightly steamed, fried with a little butter, or made into your favourite kale chips.

Kale is so easy to grow, too, making it a highly rewarding crop that just keeps on giving. It handles cooler weather very well and is tolerant of a little heat. Early spring plantings work the best, enabling a good crop before the blistering summer sets in. In more moderate climates, you can enjoy an extended growing season.



Black Palm Kale

Black Palm Kale

Brassica oleraceaItalian Heirloom, famed for its taste, and also known as "the leafy brassica of man..

R29.19

Dazzling Blue Kale Vegetable Seeds

Dazzling Blue Kale

Brassica oleraceaA variety originally bred by Hank Keogh from Avoca farm in Oregon. This lacinato ty..

R32.43

Kale Chou Moellier

Kale Chou Moellier

Brassica oleracea acephala A lovely hardy kale variety that just keeps on giving. Tastes a bit li..

R29.19

Red Ursa Kale

Red Ursa Kale

Brassica oleracea acephalaThis is an award winning child of Siberian and Red Russian Kale. Thick, fr..

R32.43

Russian Red Kale July

Russian Red Kale

Brassica oleraceaRussian Red Kale is also know as Ragged Jack, best grown in autumn and spring, the ..

R30.27

Scarlet Kale

Scarlet Kale

Brassica oleracea acephala Super stunning red Kale that produces an abundance of flavourful frill..

R34.59

White Russian Kale

White Russian Kale

Brassica oleracea acephala A pale Siberian variety that brings a sweet and tender taste to your d..

R30.27

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Kale, Cole, Brassica, Cruciferous, Vegetable Seeds

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