Heirloom Kale Seeds - Diane's Flower Seeds
Heirloom Kale Seeds

Kale is a superfood with high nutrient content. When homegrown, it has superior flavor and tenderness. It's also a beautiful ornamental in the garden.

Sowing Kale Seeds

Sow kale seeds outdoors in late spring to summer, 1/4" deep. Thin to 12" apart. Full sun to part shade.


Kale 'Lacinato'
(60 days)

500 seeds   $2.75                     
Lacinato kale is shockingly expensive at our local grocery store. Yet it's so easy to grow in the garden. The long, narrow leaves are heavily textured. The color is a gorgeous, deep blue-green. It has a distinctive, yet mild flavor that we enjoy.

Italian heirloom. Also known as Dinosaur Kale.
Kale 'Red Russian'
(50 days)

500 seeds   $2.75  
Red Russian kale has beautiful, gray-green leaves with purple veins and deeply cut edges. We like to add the tender leaves to bean soups and stews during the last 10 minutes of cooking for extra nutrition. It's also a good baby green.

Russian heirloom, pre-1885. Also known as Ragged Jack.


Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch kale is our favorite leafy green in the autumn. The frosty nights make it even sweeter. We steam and serve it with butter, salt and lemon juice. It's exceptionally healthy, tender and delicious. Height 15".

Scottish heirloom.
Kale 'Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch'
(55 days)

500 seeds   $2.75                   
Kale 'Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch'
Kale 'Red Russian'
Kale 'Lacinato'
Dazzling Blue kale is a new Lacinato type with flat, purple to blue-green leaves. It is praised for its delicious flavor and cold hardiness. This lovely variety was bred by Hank Keogh of Avoca Seed.

Open-pollinated.

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Kale 'Dazzling Blue'
(60 days)

150 seeds   $2.75  
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