Organic Blue Curled Scotch Dwarf (56 days)
First mentioned in garden text around 1863.
Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch is an early kale that produces tasty greens when used in salads or steamed.
The blue-green leaves are finely curled and very attractive, reaching 12-15" in height, and spreading to 20-35" in width.
Extremely hardy and productive. Will over winter with little protection. This is one of the best frost resistant kales.
A perfect source of nutritional greens during the cool season.
Great market garden kale for its flavor and color. Easy to sell.
TIP: Saute with olive oil and minced garlic. Just when they become wilty add a touch of balsamic vinegar. Stir, remove from heat and serve. SO GOOD!
Popped up within a couple days of seeds going in soil, water and grows quickly indoors. Will be transplanting soon..
I love this stuff. We have been clipping off leaves since they were big enough to make a salad. We've mixed them in cole slaw and munched right in the garden. The spinach is about done but this kale keeps on going. We will probably cook some this week since it has finally outgrown our salad appetite! This is a great variety!
glad to have these seeds but haven't planted yet
I planted these seeds and all if not most sprouted. I separated all the seedlings and planted them in the soil and waiting until harvest.