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  1. Kale 'Hungry Gap' is a reliable old variety that is superior in hardiness and colour.

    Kale 'Hungry Gap'

    Keal, Kail or Borecole
    $1.61

    Now that we have vegetables flown in from far flung corners of the world the concept of seasonal food has all but disappeared for us. Tremendously hardy, defying anything that winter can possibly conjure up, Kale "Hungry Gap" is there when you need it.

  2.  Kale 'Kapral' is a medium early variety with dark green leaves that are heavily blistered and very curly.

    Kale 'Kapral'

    Curly Kale, Scotch Kale, Borecole
    $1.75

    The thing I love about kale the most is not its superfood qualities, its lovely bright green leaves or the sweet cabbagey taste. I love kale simply because it is there when I need it. Kale Kapral is a medium early variety. Tremendously hardy, it will defy anything that winter can conjure up.

  3. Kale 'Red Ruble' is a red, Russian-type kale that has been specially bred for the salad leaf market.

    Kale 'Red Ruble'

    Russian or Siberian Kale, Ragged Jack
    $1.75

    Kale 'Red Ruble' is a red, Russian-type kale that has been specially bred for the salad leaf market. Its beautiful wine-red serrated foliage makes a quick growing colourful tasty salad leaf. Grown year-round on a windowsill and picked young and small, they can be added to lettuces to make your own mesclun mix.

  4. Red Russian is one of the most tender kales with a sweeter taste than most traditional varieties

    Kale 'Red Russian'

    Russian or Siberian Kale, Ragged Jack
    Heritage variety (Pre 1885, reintroduced 1977)
    $1.75

    With deeply cut, slate green oak-like leaves ‘Red Russian’ is one of the tenderest and sweetest kales available. Sow under cover in autumn for baby leaves after four to six weeks, or directly outdoors for over-wintering. This hardy crop can provide nutritious leaves even in the depths of winter.

  5. 'Scarlet Curled' Kale is a highly attractive and ultra-hardy variety

    Kale 'Scarlet Curled'

    Curly Kale, Scotch Kale, Borecole
    $2.03

    Some years ago, we knew kale as a hearty winter meal, suddenly its popularity soared and ‘Kale Madness’ erupted. Now available in all manner of shapes, sizes and colours. 'Scarlet Curled' Kale is a highly attractive and ultra-hardy variety, the leaves intensify in colour turning to violet-red after a few frosts.

  6. 'Dwarf Green Curled' kale produces an abundance of tender, densely curled green leaves which can be harvested throughout the winter months.

    Kale, 'Dwarf Blue Curled'

    Curly Kale, Dwarf Curlies, Scotch Kale, Borecole
    Heritage variety (1865)
    $1.61

    'Dwarf Green Curled' is a compact, hardy and easy to grow kale. It produces an abundance of tender and delicate, densely curled green leaves which can be harvested throughout the winter months. Kale is one of the least problematic crops, it will tolerate conditions that would make most brassicas keel over!

  7. Kale, Cavolo Nero 'Black Magic'

    Kale, Cavolo Nero 'Black Magic'

    Black Cabbage, Tuscan Kale, Borecole
    Heritage (Italian pre 1879)
    $3.15

    Kale 'Black Magic' is an improved Italian Black Kale, bred to be more tender with better flavour. The winter hardy plants more cold tolerant, vigorous and slower-to-bolt than other Italian kales. They form an easy-to-harvest rosette of very dark, savoyed leaves with a flavour that is rich and mild.

  8. 'Jagallo Nero' is a cut leaf form of Cavolo Nero, the more familiar Italian black cabbage.

    Kale, Cavolo Nero 'Jagallo Nero'

    Cut Leaf Black Cabbage, Borecole
    $1.75

    'Jagallo Nero' is a cut leaf form of Cavolo Nero, the more familiar Italian black cabbage. The deeply indented, blue-grey leaves combine a delicate cabbage flavour with a crunchy texture. Suitable for baby salad leaf and ideal for winter salads.

  9. Until recently Cavolo Nero, or 'Tuscan Kale', was one of Italy's best kept secrets.

    Kale, Cavolo Nero 'Nero de Toscana'

    Black Cabbage, Tuscan Kale, Borecole
    Heritage (Italian pre 1879)

    Until recently Cavolo Nero, or 'Tuscan Kale', was one of Italy's best kept secrets. Simply adored, especially in the north of Italy, it has been an essential fare of traditional dishes for centuries. Cavolo Nero can now be found in garden markets, specialist greengrocers and trendy restaurants throughout Europe.

  10. This old variety has been used for both ornamental and culinary use since Victorian times.

    Leaf Beet 'Bulls Blood'

    Spinach Beet, Seakale Beet
    Heritage (1840)
    $1.75

    Beet ‘Bulls Blood’ is a magnificent old dual purpose variety Today it is used by commercial growers for both baby leaf and mixed salad leaves. Harvest at any stage of growth, use the leaves for baby leaf, in mixed salads or use steamed like spinach, or the roots can be left to grow like any other beetroot.

  11. Beet ‘Bulls Blood’ is a magnificent dual purpose variety known for its deep red coloured leaves.

    Leaf Beet 'Bulls Blood' Organic

    Spinach Beet, Seakale Beet
    Heritage (1840)
    $2.03
    Bull's Blood is the variety used by the commercial growers for both baby leaf and mixed salad leaves. The leaves are broader than other beetroot varieties, more flavourful than other red accent crops, they can be harvested for baby leaf salads in as little as 35 days. Organic Seed.
  12. Perpetual Spinach Leaf Beet is one of the easiest and most productive vegetables for a small space

    Leaf Beet, Perpetual Spinach

    Spinach Beet, Seakale Beet, Wild Spinach
    Heritage variety (In use in 1790)
    $1.54
    Perpetual Spinach is not spinach, nor is it perpetual, but it does grow reliably for quite a long time in the garden. This old heirloom is, in fact a relative of chard. You rarely see it in the shops because it ideally needs to be picked soon before eating. The steamed stalks taste something like mild asparagus.
  13. Perpetual Spinach Leaf Beet is one of the easiest and most productive vegetables for a small space

    Leaf Beet, Perpetual Spinach 'Everglade'

    Spinach Beet, Seakale Beet, Wild Spinach
    $1.54

    Perpetual Spinach 'Everglade' is a modern selection with an upright habit and dark green compact leaves that contrast sharply with bright white stems. It responds particularly well to repeat cutting and is one of the easiest and most productive vegetables for a small space.

  14. If you like spinach and you like chard, you could grow Erbette, a cross between the two.
    $1.82
    Erbette is not the same as many other perpetual spinaches. With narrower leaves and midribs, it is extremely resistant to bolting, and sweeter and more tender that other chard varieties. Highly recommended if you long for spinach in the summer. Organic Seed.
  15. Commonly called Malabar Spinach, Basella alba is a vining type of plant that thrives in hot temperatures.

    Malabar Spinach, Basella alba

    Chinese spinach, Saan choy, Pui shak
    $2.31

    Malabar Spinach, is a vining type of plant that thrives in hot temperatures, it is a discovery that is a boon for those of us that love our greens but find the warm days of summer a bit too hot for good growth. It can be grown throughout the summer and can even cope when the heat exceeds 32°C (90°F).

  16. Malabar Spinach, Basella rubra

    Malabar Spinach, Basella rubra

    Chinese spinach, Saan choy, Pui shak
    $2.31

    Commonly called Malabar Spinach, Basella rubra is valued for the brilliant fuchsia-purplish colour of its leaf stems and veins as well as its mild flavour. The leaves are delicious mixed in with other greens in tossed salads. Juicy and crisp, the flavours of citrus and pepper accompany the succulent leaves.

  17. Mibuna

    Mibuna

    Kyona, Japanese Greens
    $1.61

    Mibuna is a delicate and unusual plant that has been grown for centuries in Japan. It is best enjoyed in baby leaf salads where its addictive flavour can shine, or in stir-fries for a milder taste. Perfect for “cut and come” scissor harvest.

  18. Minutina, 'Erba Stella'

    Minutina, 'Erba Stella'

    Herba Stella, Bucks Horn
    $1.75

    Minutina, also known as Erba Stella is a unique, cold weather salad green prized in Italy for its mild nutty flavour and crunchy texture. This perennial can be grown all winter in temperate climates. With a mild nutty flavour and crunchy texture it is a great addition to salad mixes or for stir-frying.

  19. Mizuna 'F1 Red Knight'

    Mizuna 'F1 Red Knight'

    Hybrid Asian green, Japanese Greens, Kyona
    $2.03

    A new red hybrid Mizuna, great for adding colour in a salad. The purple-red leaf blades contrast wonderfully against green undersides. It has a long petiole and thick bladed leaves with shallow serrations. Vigorous and high yielding.

  20. The marvelous Mizuna is an oriental wonder!

    Mizuna 'Kyona'

    Oriental Greens, Japanese Greens, Kyona

    The marvellous Mizuna is an oriental wonder! It grows as a large rosette of finely serrated, feathery leaves, which are dark, glossy green, similar to rocket leaves. A very hardy plant, being both heat and cold tolerant, it usually grows better in moist conditions.

  21. Mizuna grows as a large rosette of finely serrated, feathery leaves, which are dark, glossy green, similar to rocket leaves

    Mizuna 'Kyona' Organic

    Oriental Greens, Japanese Greens
    $1.75
    The marvelous Mizuna is an oriental wonder! It grows as a large rosette of finely serrated, feathery leaves, which are dark, glossy green, similar to rocket leaves. A very hardy plant and very easy to grow. Organic Seed.
  22. Urtica dioica, the Nettle is one of the most useful plants we have.
    $1.89

    Out of stock

    The Stinging Nettle is a very valuable plant, used for food and medicine by traditional cultures for hundreds of years. This wild herb is one of the most useful plants we have. Most useful to the organic gardener they can be used to make nitrogen-rich liquid feed for your plants.

  23. ‘New Zealand Spinach’ is an interesting alternative that has the virtue of not minding hot weather.

    New Zealand Spinach

    Sea Spinach, Warrigal Greens
    Ancient Crop

    Considered a 'summer spinach' because it thrives in hot, dry weather, ‘New Zealand Spinach’ is an interesting alternative. It is drought-tolerant and doesn’t bolt. It can be eaten raw as a simple salad green or can be cooked like any other spinach and will give succulent leaves throughout the season.

  24. Orach 'Scarlet Emperor'

    Orach 'Scarlet Emperor'

    Mountain Spinach
    $1.89

    Out of stock

    Orach ‘Scarlet Emperor’ is a heat and cold tolerant green for all seasons. With purple leaves that look great in the garden and on the table. Whether using individual leaves in salad mix, cooked like spinach or as a micro-green, the colour is always spectacular.

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