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  • Kale, Baltic Red (Organic)


    Brassica oleracea. 65 days. Sturdy 2′ tall plants have medium-sized finely curled, red leaves. The whole plants turn a deep purple red, especially after frost. Good yields and very hardy. Mildly flavored leaves turn dark green when cooked. Baltic Red is really quite gorgeous and a great choice for an “edimental,” an edible ornamental. One…

  • Kale, Bear Necessities (Organic)


    Brassica napus. 25 days baby, 50 days full. A finely serrated frilly kale with a tender texture making it suitable for salad mix at all stages of growth. A great cold tolerant variety that is mild, very sweet and adds a lot of volume to salad mix. Larger leaves are also good for bunching and…

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    Kale, Dazzling Blue Lacinato (Organic)


    We’ve finally found a Lacinato/Dino/Italian type kale that’s special enough to add to our catalog. We present to you Dazzling Blue Lacinato, a kale that really lives up to its name. Captivating blue-green leaves on vibrantly purple stems with that classic Lacinato leaf shape and all of the flavor.

  • Organic Gulag Stars Kale seeds

    Kale, Gulag Stars (Organic)


    Brassica napus with Brassica rapa crosses. 25 days baby, 50-60 days full. Incredible diversity unlike anything else. A mix of napus kales that have been crossed with B. rapa. Napus leaf types vary through the color spectrum from brilliant red to green to white Russian types; from super frilly to broad-leafed shapes; from skinny, short…

  • Kale Coalition

    Kale, Kale Coalition (Organic)


    Brassica oleracea. 30 days baby, 60-70 days full. A diverse genepool mix of 17 oleracea kales and their crosses. Nick Routledge trialed the 17 kales collected on our 2007 Seed Ambassadors trip and this is what happened the next spring. This grex contains a lot of very interesting, diverse kales that are not available in…

  • Kale, Madeley (Organic)


    Brassica oleracea. 30 days baby, 60 days full. An extremely vigorous flat leaf, heirloom green kale from England. Hardy, tender and sweet. This kale frequently outgrows every other kale we plant in the summer, and out-produces most other kales through the winter as well. Multiple growth tips produce plentiful sprouting kale raab in spring to…

  • Kale, North Star Polaris (Organic)


    Brassica napus. 25 days baby, 50 days full. The first release from our breeding work coming out of the Gulag Stars population. In keeping with the stars theme, we give you North Star Polaris. This participatory breeding project is inspired by the Culinary Breeding Network and we are happy to have Lane Selman and Chef…

  • Kale, Russian Frills (Organic)


    Brassica napus. 25 days baby, 50 days full. An extremely frilly red Russian type. Appears to have frills on frills upon frills. Seems to be more resistant to aphids and heat than other kales. Good for making high volume bunches easily. Also great for salad mix before the frills start truly frilling. A reintroduction of…

  • Organic Russian Hungar Gap Kale seed

    Kale, Russian Hunger Gap (Organic)


    Brassica napus. 25 days baby, 50 days full. Red Russian type with broader leaves, lighter red coloring and more jagged leaf edge. Very hardy and extremely rare. Possibly the most vigorous napus kale, it looks very healthy all winter. As the name suggests, bolting in the spring is weeks later than other kales, filling the…

  • Simone Broadleaf KaleSimone Broadleaf Kale organic

    Kale, Simone Broadleaf (Organic)


    Brassica napus. 25 days baby, 55 days full. We present to you – Simone Broadleaf! Our second release coming out of the Gulag Stars kale population. Simone Broadleaf has a strong thematic character containing all tasty broadleaf plants of various colors and leaf edge waves. Some plants are dark green and glazed, others are light…

  • Sutherland Kale

    Kale, Sutherland (Organic)


    Brassica oleracea. 60-70 days. Unique flat-leaved green kale from Sutherland, in northern Scotland. Many growth tips with small- to medium-sized, tender, sweet leaves on 3′ tall plants. Very hardy and tolerates the worst maritime winter weather, from freezing sleet and cold, to 70 mph winds. Makes the sweetest kale raab in the spring through the…

  • Kale, True Siberian

    Kale, True Siberian (Organic)


    Brassica napus. 25 days baby, 60 days full. A Siberian type that was recommended to us by Dr. Alan Kapuler of Peace Seeds as a highly productive, hardy kale. A variety that is becoming harder and harder to find. Resembles other Siberian kale types and you can see its relationship with red Russian kale, which…

  • Kale, Western Front (Organic)


    Brassica napus. 25 days baby, 50 days full. A selection made by Tim Peters of Peters Seed and Research in Oregon for the most cold hardy kale available. Tim selected Western Front from the 10% of survivors of hard freezes that killed most other kales, including Scotch, Russian and Siberian types. It has some variation,…