Kale & Collards
(Brassica oleracea var. acephala) A tall, loose-heading, Cabbage-like plant much used in the South for greens. Hardier than Cabbage, this vegetable makes splendid greens for winter and early spring use. The flavor is improved by frost. Sow from the middle of April to first of June and transplant or thin to 18 to 20 inches, as for Cabbage.
75 days-- In the 1950’s, we offered this variety as a “new, dwarf strain,” longstanding and heat... More
60 days. This variety was popular with our customers in the 1840’s and is still relished in the kitchen to... More
65 days. A very hardy variety with bluish leaves curled at the edges. Used to winter over and produce an... More