Yes, this purple-stemmed Siberian kale is nutritious and delicious, producing crunchy, crisp leaves with a sweet flavor (made sweeter with frost!) and only a hint of bitterness. Green, slightly blistered leaves have lobed margins and purple petioles and measure 15.5-18.5″ long and 5.5-8.5″ wide. The variety hails from the Greenpeace Experimental Farm in British Columbia, Canada, a self-sufficient organic farming community formed in 1974 on Denman Island by Jim and Marie Bohlen, co-founders of the Greenpeace environmental organization. 40 days from transplant. Organic.
- Green blistered leaves with purple stems
- Leaves grow 5.5 to 8.5 inches wide by 15 to 18 inches long
- Developed by the Greenpeace Experimental Farm in Britsh Columbia
- Excellent flavor is enhanced by frost
- 40 days from transplant
- New for 2021
- From the Collection