Large plants and leaves can spread out 2 feet if given the proper conditions. Smooth and tender with a dark green colour, use fresh , steamed or frozen.
Another exclusive, this rare leafy green originates in Italy. We like to call it the Italian Swiss Chard. The leaves are tender, a medium green colour with smooth edges.
This very rare leafy herb resembles a flavour cross between parsley and celery, hence the name. Originates in 18th century Europe.
This endangered and very rare variety is perennial on the coast. The tender, fresh leaves emerge in early spring.
This very rare plant has green/yellow leaves that grow upright to form a good sized bunch at maturity. The leaves have tiny waved edges and a smooth texture.