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8 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Delicious cooked or raw!
What are the cons? None
Couve tronchuda is is tender and delicious enough to eat raw, on sandwiches, It's supremely delicious cooked. It cooks much quicker than collards. It thrives year-round in zone 8. It survived three nights in a row of hard freezes and painful wind chill (without covering). It also shrugs-off heat and provides yummy raw greens when my lettuce can no longer cope with the intense heat of summer. I plant several of them and harvest their leaves as needed.
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What are the pros? large leaves
What are the cons? none
This was our first year growing this one. Large beautiful leaves, mild flavor, but unfortunately is the first to be heavily laden with aphids (and in a new raised bed)_no fault of the kale. :)
All time favorite remains the Blue Scotch Curled
18 out of 18 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Heat tolerant.
What are the cons? No cons...
More heat and drought tolerant than other varieties. I found this Baker Creek seed at a local store. Very pleased with the long summer production. The ones that were planted in the shade area last spring are still surviving without cover in mid December. Not as cold tolerant as others I would say. I may get a bit in the early spring from these with any luck...
10 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Looks nice in the garden!
Of the kale I planted last spring this one was most bug resistant. It has a nice flavor and I really like the kind of silvery green color! Planted with the many varieties of chard, cabbage etc. it was very nice looking!
0 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Grows well
What are the cons? What do you do with it?
Grows well but, What do you do with it?