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Angers is probably the most common clonal variety grown in Europe, although it is hard to say what common even means with a crop a little grown as sea kale. This variety is reported to produce longer and more abundant shoots than other varieties. I’m not sure that is true. It probably depends a great deal on how long the plant has been established. I have been evaluating this variety for a few years and it is definitely a good producer of blanched shoots, but I’m not sure that it is any better than our standard variety. The blanched shoots do seem to be a little milder than most varieties. Angers is certainly a nice variety, but since it is not greatly different than our standard variety, I don’t grow a lot of it.