Limit one packet per customer. This is a conservation project to keep this species alive. We invested $6,000 in a shade house to grow this variety which takes 2-3 years from seeding to mature. The sizable price is a contribution to this conversation effort, thank you. Sea Kale leaves resemble a thick healthy collard leaf, steam to eat. Good companion to kale and collards but not as productive. Low food yield, best as a edible ornamental. Some blanch by covering with opaque material. Disease and cabbage moth resistant. High in potassium and vitamin C. We hope to get you enough pods to get a couple viable plants going. If all grows well, you should have a couple mature plants in 2-3 years to share seeds with others. Tags: Color: Blue Green, Specialty: Disease Resistant, Heritage: Heirloom, Season: Spring Fall, Certification: Organic.
Wild crafted along the British coast for its edible leaves and roots for millennia. Delicious sea kale recipes