The blue-green foliage of this kale is nearly reptilian: deeply hued, rippled, and crinkly. Despite its rough appearance, when cooked, it is extremely sweet and tender. This European kale variety is known world-wide for its great flavor and texture by many names: Lacinato, Cavolo Nero, Tuscan Kale, Palm Tree Kale, and Dinosaur Kale. A consistent, long-season garden companion, Dino Kale will never go extinct as long as you grow it each year.
Fflavor is great in pasta dishes, or alone with garlic and olive oil.