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Types of Kale

Kamome Red Kale
Kamome Red Kale

Bright, red center adorned in tufted foliage provides texture in pots and beds

Lacinato Kale (Dino Kale)
Lacinato Kale (Dino Kale)

Lacinato Kale (Dino Kale). Photo © Bill Boch/Getty Images Dino kale - also known as Tuscan kale, lacinato kale, black kale, or cavolo nero - is an incredibly hearty cooking green with dark almost blue-green or even black-green leaves and lots of earthy, nutty flavor.

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Premier Kale
Premier Kale

A high yielding variety, 'Premier' has medium green foliage with leaves up to a foot long. The plant is upright and compact, great for in-garden or container planting.

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Red Russian Kale
Red Russian Kale

Red Russian kale originated in Siberia prior to 1885 and is considered an heirloom variety. Red Russian kale thrives in moist, well-drained soils with full sun where temperatures do not exceed 80 degrees F.

Redbor Kale
Redbor Kale

Similar to Winterbor but purple-red. For garnishing and eating. Flavor, color, and curling are enhanced by cold weather. Avg. 103,700 seeds/lb. Packet: 100 seeds.

Siberian Kale
Siberian Kale

Siberian Kale is a very palatable and very high yielding forage crop. It can be cut or grazed summer through fall. It is appropriate forage for sheep, beef and dairy cattle.

Walking Stick Kale
Walking Stick Kale

Some of you might remember about 4 weeks ago I asked what this plant was? A guy growing it in his front yard, who doesn't speak English, ripped me off a branch of it from his plant ... indicated that I should plant it about 10 inches deep, and then said, "Water lots".

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