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The broad, frilly, purple leaves grow on 2–3' tall, upright stalks. Red color on a blue-green background, as compared to the red color on a bright green background of Redbor.


  • Winterbor kale, also known as Winter Kale or Curly Kale, is a popular and hardy variety of kale that is grown for its nutritious leaves. It is a member of the brassica family, which includes other vegetables like broccoli and cabbage. One of the distinguishing features of Winterbor kale is its attractive, deeply curled, and textured leaves.

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Black Magic 

Here's a Kale so versatile you can pick the leaves very young as "baby greens," or let them mature into long, deeply blistered, black-tinted leaves packed with rich flavor. Very winter-hardy, Black Magic Kale (also known as Dinosaur Kale, Tuscan Kale, and even Flat Black Cabbage!) is a gourmet selection your whole family will love. And the best part is how easy it is to grow!

Black Magic sets long, slender, absolutely enormous (to 2 feet or more each!) leaves that begin a grayish shade of green, then mature to a rich, deep tone of forest-green that looks black from a distance. Packed with nutrition and flavor, they are a treat almost from the moment they emerge on the plant.

Japanese Flowering (New to 2024)

Japanese Flowering kale is perhaps the most colorful edible leafy green we have ever eaten, and one of the most delicious! This delectable kale has dramatic ruffles, sublime flavor and dense nutrition. The bold fuchsia and cream-colored leaves add a depth of sweetness and refinement, making it exceptionally gourmet. The culinary possibilities for such a vibrant and delectable vegetable are boundless. Called "habotan" in Japan, this edible ornamental treat is a focal point for cool-weather landscaping and garden design. The plants are super frost hardy, and their color and sweetness actually intensify as the weather gets colder! It is not uncommon to see the cheerful magenta- and white-splashed heads of habotan effortlessly floating above a blanket of snow in winter. Habotan symbolizes blessings, loving and prosperity, sentiments that are especially appreciated  during the Japanese New Year. The colorful kale heads are a common feature in Japanese cool-season gardens to invite blessings for the coming year.

Plant description for Baker Creek seeds. 

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