From the Collection
New for 2020
Edible stalks reach up to 30 inches
Leaves can be eaten raw or cooked
Tender leaves when young
Fearing Burr made sure to note this tall kale in his landmark 1863 book, Field and Garden Vegetables of America. Its edible stalk reaches up to 30″ tall and is cloaked in an abundance of leaves which can be eaten raw or cooked and are especially tender when young.