Nutritious leafy greens are hardy in even the coldest temperatures.
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The Hardiest of Winter Veggies: Kale & Collards

Even without the protection of cloche or wraps, kale and collards can survive down to -10°C (14°F). The key to success is timing, as the plants should be mature before first frost. Read our How to Grow article for information on starting, transplanting, and harvesting these greens into the winter season.

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Sow These Seeds Soon for a Healthy Winter Harvest

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Winterbor

Colour and flavour actually improve after frost.

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Darkibor Coated

Darkest of the blue-green kales.

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Scarlet Kale

Colour and flavour will improve after frost.

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Vates Blue Curled Scotch

Low-growing dwarf type grows well in containers.

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Tronchuda Kale

Hybrid flavour somewhere between kale and cabbage.

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Top Bunch Collards

The earliest maturing collard we know of.

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