|Sea Kale & Crambe information and growing instructions
|Information about sea kale products and sizes
I have a breeding pool of a few hundred seed grown plants. I collect thongs and seeds from these plants for the “mixed phenotypes” offering. This will have greater genetic diversity than our sea kale varieties. In truth, there is not a lot of difference between any two sea kale plants. Some of these will be mostly green and some will be much more blue. Some will emerge earlier than others. Some will have more and larger florets. Some will have much larger seeds than others. Overall though, they will produce pretty similarly.