Flowering Kale Season
2021 Dates tbd
Unlike your typical edible kale, flowering kale is bred with an emphasis on unique forms and colors, rather than flavor. These beautiful flowers produce long-lasting rosettes of wavy-to-frilly leaves in colors not commonly seen in their more edible counterparts. Typically, stems will be anywhere from 24- 36" long with a 6" head. While most flowers die at the first sign of frost, these flowers actually do not get their color until the first frost of the season making them a great, late fall flower. Flowering kale will pair exceptionally well with any late-surviving sunflowers in a bouquet! Come out this October and see for yourself how beautiful this unique flower is!