CURLY KALE FIZZ
Description Early-maturing, fast-growing variety. Plants grow to be 40–60 cm tall. The variety is known for its smooth, deeply lobed leaves. Young leaves are suitable for preparing salads, food, matured leaves can be grilled, stewed, used in soups. Plants are resistant to frosts, thus, you will be able to enjoy them in November or even December.
CURLY KALE KAPRAL
Description Medium-early variety. Kale, unlike the other cabbages, do not form heads. Plants grow up to 40–60 cm height. Leaves are bright green, very curly. They are used for soups, salads, food decoration. Plants tolerate up to –15 °C frost, therefore if you leave them in winter, you will have fresh leaves even in December.
CURLY KALE NERO DI TOSCANA
Description Early variety, also called “black palm” for its appearance. Plants grow up to 90 cm height. Leaves are dark green, ornamental , their structure resembles Savoy cabbage leaves. Used fresh, for soups and can decorate not only food, but also the flower bed. Plants are resistant to cold. The frost encourages the accumulation of sugar in leaves, so after frost...
CURLY KALE SCARLET
Description Plants grow up to 60 cm in height. Resistant to heavier frost, therefore, if left outdoors for overwintering, you will be able to pick fresh leaves in December. Kale is worthily called superfood: it is a very valuable vegetable with very few calories, but rich in fibre, iron, calcium, vitamins A, C and K, folic acid, antioxidants, carotenoids, flavonoids,...
CURLY KALE TINTORETO
Description Kale leaves are used for food – this variety does not produce heads. Leaves are suitable for decorating food, can be used in soups, salads, garnish. Plants are 70–80 cm tall and can withstand frosts of up to –15°C, therefore, if left outdoors for wintering, fresh leaves can be picked even in December.
KALE WESTLANDSE WINTER
Description These plants grow to a height of 40–60 cm. They have bright green, curly leaves and are typically used to make soups, salads, or to decorate food. Because the plants can withstand temperatures as low as -15 °C, leaving them outside for the winter allows you to pick fresh leaves in December as well.
KALE CURLY KAPRAL* REDNEX
Description Variety mix with red and green curly leaves, 30–35 cm tall. Leaves used for salad, green smoothies, soups. Grown for spring and autumn crop. These vegetables not only have great nutritional value, but are also ornamental and will decorate garden beds. Sown in March or April for spring harvesting, in May – for autumn harvesting. Seedlings should be planted...