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Kale: Ruso-Siberian:
Brassica napus
Kales of the far European north and east Asia, derived from the same progenitor as rutabaga. ‘Red Russian’ and ‘Siberian’ are the best known of this kale type, and are the progenitors of all the original varieties and mixes listed below. This is the best kale species for raw salad use and spring “napini,” more tender and less “bite” than the European kales. Hardy to 10ºF.
Seeds Per Packet: 500
Seeds Per Ounce: 6,000

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 Red Ruffled (Kale: Ruso-Siberian)  Red Ruffled Farm Original Variety! OSSI Pledged Variety
This new release is actually an old denizen of our own evolving Wild Garden. It has been part of the surviving kale tribe since the deepest freezes of the mid 90s. When we grew it at GTF last winter, the vigor, health, and performance in a commercial setting was impressive to everyone, including Rodrigo, who harvested a treasure of “kale raab” from it during the hungry gap, before spring has a... pricing and more info...
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 Red Ursa (Kale: Ruso-Siberian)  Red Ursa Farm Original Variety! OSSI Pledged Variety
Our first award winner, selected among the top 5 Best New Vegetable Introductions of 1997 in the National Gardening Trials. Combines the broadleaf frills of ‘Siberian’ with the color of ‘Red Russian’. Great raw flavor for salads, especially the young mature leaves of full-grown plants. Gives good fluff to flat salad. Bolting purple stems of overwintered plants are very sweet, colorful, and... pricing and more info...
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 White Russian (Kale: Ruso-Siberian)  White Russian Farm Original Variety! OSSI Pledged Variety
Judged most cold-hardy kale in trials at Garden City Seeds (Montana) circa 1995, and voted the best tasting among farm crews there, at High Mowing Seeds in Vermont, and at GTF. Tolerates water saturated soil better than any other kale we grow, lone survivors in two flood years and the annual low spots. Leaves are dissected like Red Russian, but with whitish stems and veining. Vigorous! pricing and more info...
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 Wild Garden Kale Mix (Kale: Ruso-Siberian)  Wild Garden Kale Mix Farm Original Variety! OSSI Pledged Variety
The mother gene pool from which all of these napus kales have been derived. Originated as a cross between ‘Red Russian’ and ‘Siberian’ ca. 1984. Intended for mid-July-Aug sowing, fall cropping, and successful overwintering in milder climates to produce copious leaves and “napini” of various shapes and hues. A genetic gold mine for farmers who wish to select strains adaptable to ... pricing and more info...
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 Wild Red (Kale: Ruso-Siberian)  Wild Red OSSI Pledged Variety
The return of an old theme, first composed by GTF padrone John Eveland in 1998, when he selected his favorite red types from a patch of 'Wild Garden' kale, then let them flower together. The results were spectacular for the depth of color, the wide range of leaf shapes, and the degrees of dissection that the leave... pricing and more info...
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 Winter Red (Kale: Ruso-Siberian)  Winter Red 
A Red Russian-type kale developed by Tim Peters for good uniform color and cold hardiness. A tender salad kale, said to have a little wild mustard in its sap. Works well in a crop scheme with above types to give continuous product for market from early fall through spring. Napini from this cultivar arrive a month ahead, are a darker shade of red, and are slightly thinner than the others. pricing and more info...
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