Kale & Collards

Even though you may be noticing more of these hardy brassicas in restaurants and grocery stores these days, they're far from new. Kale in western Europe dates back to the Middle Ages, if not before, where it was bred to thrive in cold northern climates. Collards are traditional not only in the United States, but in Africa, Europe, and South America as well. Both are outstanding sources of Vitamin K and iron, among other nutrients. If harvested carefully, kale and collards keep producing long after other leaves leave the garden; after the first frost, they get sweeter!

Kale and Collards

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All Stars Kale

Certified Organic

Mix of Russian and Siberian kales in shades of green and red.

from $3.75

Ragged Jack Kale (Red Russian Kale)

Certified Organic

Flat, ragged leaves are perfect in sautes and soups.

from $3.50

Vates Blue Curled Kale

Certified Organic

Traditional crunchy kale shines in the winter garden.

from $3.50

Siber Frills Kale

Certified Organic

Unique, cold hardy variety with hyper-cut out leaf.

$3.50

Scarlet Kale

Certified Organic

Lofty kale deepens in color when temperatures drop.

from $3.50

Champion Collards

Certified Organic

Sweet in the fall but delicious anytime.

from $3.50

Rainbow Lacinato Kale

Certified Organic

Brings beautiful diversity to the kale patch.

from $3.50

Dino Kale

Certified Organic

This beloved kale variety is the sweetest of them all.

from $3.50

Siberian Kale

Certified Organic

This long-leaved variety is very productive.

from $3.50

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