Tips & tricks: Plant out at a distance of 40cm from each other and water in well. Kale can be planted anytime from late spring until mid-summer, and will continue through the entire winter. Pick outer and lower leaves as it grows, leaving the central leaves to regenerate for a continual harvest. In the spring the plants will start to flowering: the flowering stalks with unopened flower buds are also delicious, cook them just like bimi (sprouting broccoli).

Variety: Westlandse Winter

Description: The classic green crinkly kale that we all know and love.

Price: €0,50/ block

Variety: Cavalo Nero

Description: This Italian variety makes thinner long dark green leaves with a fantastic flavour.

Price: €0,50/ block

Variety: Red Russian

Description: Purple-veined variety with green leaves that take on a red/purple hue during cold periods. Leaves are tender & sweet, suitable for eating raw in salads.

Price: €0,50/ block

Variety: Sutherland Kale

Description: This is a leaf cabbage or 'snijkool' in Dutch. Leaves are more tender than your typical kale. Very cold hardy & so can continue producing all through winter into late spring.

Price: €0,50/ block

Variety: Asparagus Kale

Description: This variety has been bred to produce many thick flowering stalks in the spring of the 2nd year, hence the name 'Asparagus'. Leaves can be harvested beforehand throughout the year & used like cabbage.

Price: €0,50/ block