Kale is a leafy vegetable in the brassica plant family. It is normally sown in late spring for harvesting full-size in the winter. However, it can be sown at any time of year, with the leaves harvested at any size.

  • Black Tuscany
    • Black Tuscany

      Coming from Tuscany, Italy, this kale has dark green, elongated leaves with a blistered texture.

    • Black Tuscany

    • £2.00
  • Cottagers Kale
    • Cottagers Kale

      Tall plants with frilly leaves coloured with a mix of purple and green.

    • Cottagers Kale

    • £2.20
  • Dwarf Green Curled
    • Dwarf Green Curled

      A genuinely dwarf (they verge on being cute!) variety with curly, frilly leaves that are dark green.

    • Dwarf Green Curled

    • £1.50
  • Oldenburg
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      Oldenburg

      A curly kale with green, excessively frilled leaves that look like the curled parsley used for garnishing.

    • Oldenburg

    • £2.50
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  • Red Russian
    • Red Russian

      A very attractive and tasty kale producing grey-green, deeply-notched leaves with purple stalks and veins.

    • Red Russian

    • £1.50
  • Scarlet Kale
    • Scarlet Kale

      Characterised by purple, frilly leaves, this curly kale wouldn’t look out of place in an ornamental border.

    • Scarlet Kale

    • £1.50