This page tells how to buy organic kale seeds from David's Garden Seeds.
Blue Curled Scotch is a variety that is delicious, nutritious, and attractive. It is an extremely strong producer, especially in cooler climates. Use Organic Blue Curled Scotch Kale in salads or stir-fry. Ready to harvest in 55 days.
Blue Curled Scotch 500 Organic Seeds
Olympic Red Kale has a sweeter flavor than is typical for red kale. Color is variable, ranging from dark reddish-green with purple ribs to full-purple. This kale variety has tightly curled leaves with long petioles that form colorful bunches. It has a uniform size, shape, and yield with excellent vigor and cold hardiness. Sustained harvest from the lower leaves up, like Winterbor. Organically grown seeds. Ready to eat in 60 days.
Kale Olympic Red 100 Organic Seeds
It has smooth green leaves for baby leaf or bunching. Premier is an extremely vigorous, very cold hardy variety that produces high yields of medium green foliage with scalloped leaves up to a foot long. Premier grows from a crown, like parsley or spinach, making it a great candidate for machine harvesting. Stems have very close leaf nodes. Outside leaves can be snapped off and bunched, and the center will regrow. Organically grown seeds. Ready to eat in 25-30 days.
Kale Premier 100 Organic Seeds
Red Russian Kale is a tender, colorful specialty for salad mix and bunching. It is a special, refined strain. Stems are purple; leaves are deep gray-green, purple-veined, flat, noncurled, and tooth-edged. The plants mature medium-tall and leaves are tender compared to other kales. For salads and light cooking. Ready to harvest in 25 days baby or 50 days full.Red Russian 100 Organic Seeds
Good basic kale, 24-30" tall, tender leaves are light green and ruffled, thick white stems. Organically grown. Great for the south. Ready to eat in 55 days.
Siberian 500 Organic Seeds
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