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Kale is one of our favorite vegetables. Versatile, easy, and productive, kale can be harvested all summer and fall when planted in the spring. Our favorite preparation is to brush the leaves with a little olive oil and curry spices, then bake them until they are crisp. “Kale chips” are a super-healthy alternative to potato chips, and once you taste them, you’ll never go back.

Items marked with a star are Annie's Favorites.

Minimum 100 seeds per packet unless otherwise noted in the product description.

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  • Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch Kale
    $2.00 Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch Kale
    55 day.   This is an early, hardy, easy to grow kale with beautiful curled blue-green leaves.  It has a nice flavor and gets sweeter after a frost.   Minimum of 100 seeds per packet...
  • Lacinato Kale *
    $2.25 Lacinato Kale *
    62 day.  Lacinato kale is also know as dinosaur or black Tuscan kale.  It has highly savoyed, dark blue-green leaves.  It is known for it's excellent flavor and texture.    Minimum of 100 seeds per...
  • Portuguese Tronchuda
    $2.00 Portuguese Tronchuda
    110 days.  This kale has a growth habit more like cabbage than like other kales.  Some grow it for the stalks and midribs of the leaves, which are used like celery.  It is highly productive.   Minimum...
  • Red Russian Kale
    $2.00 Red Russian Kale
    60 day.  Beautiful, deep purple tinged leaves with red veins and feathery shaped leaves, Red Russian is a nice kale to grow.  It is a bit more tender than the blue varieties, so it doesn't need as much cooking...
  • Siberian Kale
    $2.00 Siberian Kale
    65 day.  A nice, dwarf plant with large green leaves.  Quite cold hardy, this is an excellent choice for northern growers.   Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.