Brassica napus Pabularia Group
Though not technically a kale, this attractive and unusual leafy vegetable is a close relative that is grown and used in much the same way. The grey-green leaves are deeply-notched and slightly-blistered with purple stalks and veins. The plants are not as vigourous as some of the kales, but are more tender and palatable. They can be harvested small as a cut-and-come-again crop or allowed to grow large and used like traditional kales.
Approx. number of seeds per pack: 200