Siberian Improved Dwarf Kale vs Dwarf Blue Scotch Curled Kale

Posted: May 4, 2015 in Reviews, Yard and Garden
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Our dad purchased these two kinds of kale probably at Home Depot or Lowes this spring. They are distributed by a Livingston Seed Company and cost $1.59/3 g and $1.69/2.7g respectively (see title).

We’d like to put our two-cents in for the Siberian Improved Dwarf kale. It is extremely hardy, tastes great raw, and grows a lot faster than the Dwarf Blue Scotch Curled kale. At least this has been our experience this spring.

We picked some for supper last night and took a picture of some of it with a cookie about the size of those gross overly sugared cookies from Safeway/Weis/Giant grocery stores. Some of the leaves we picked were even smaller. Those are the ones that you can just eat raw right out of the garden and they taste great!

Anyway, if you haven’t tried either of these varieties, we suggest the Siberian over the Blue Scotch, for whatever that’s worth.

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