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lettuces, cabbages and kale as cool-season foliage plants. Tuck in a few bell peppers or tomatoes for tasteful color in summer.
add cabbage, dill, rosemary, fennel and parsely as part of the edible landscape
with a complete high-nitrogen fertilizer. Weed them carefully, as the roots are shallow. Cabbage is prone to problems; what can you expect when there are bugs named cabbage loopers, cabbage root maggots and cabbage worms? They can also have problems with diseases, such as damping off and downy mildew,
Also grow edible vegetables in the front walkway garden such as cabbage, peppers, etc. In fall cool weather and other plants in the summer.
Lettuce,cabbage & kale as cool-season foliage
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brassica oleracea - ornamental cabbage/kale - this picture by J. Peterson Garden design
Although sometimes called flowering cabbage or flowering kale, these plants are
Botanical name: Brassica oleracea Common names: Ornamental cabbage, ornamental kale Water requirement:
Although sometimes called flowering cabbage or flowering kale, these plants are grown for their striking foliage rather than flowers. They are edible as well, even though they are labeled "ornamental." Their popularity is due to the intense colors and textures, with the cabbages forming flower-like rosettes
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evergreens with ornamental cabbage and kale
geometric masses of cabbages edged in boxwood
How to use it. Ornamental cabbage and kale are spectacular bedding and container plants, combining well with evergreens as well as other cool-season annuals like pansies, violas, snapdragons, stock and alyssum. Look for Brassica oleracea 'Peacock Red' or 'Peacock White', B. oleracea 'Nagoya Red' or 'Nagoya
Decorative Flowering Cabbage and KaleWhat were once underappreciated vegetables have found their niche as stars of the ornamental fall and winter garden.Their oversize rosette or leafy heads in shades of white, cream, red and purple look
as the colder weather approaches. They only look better with a touch of frost, as it brings out their color. Common names: Flowering or ornamental cabbage and kaleBotanical name: Brassica oleraceaUSDA zones: All; provide shelter from the sun in hot climatesWater requirement: RegularLight requirement:
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Cordyline australis, Red Leptospermum, Agave attenuata
cabbage tree, dwarf pittosporum and foxtail agave
height of cabbage ? tree and the agaves
Xompact cabbage tree dwarf piitosprum
branch high on the stiff and upright trunk of Cabbage Tree. Swordlike, 3-foot-long leaves top rough, spongy bark. Colors differ by cultivar. Leaves toward the top of the crown are erect, while they droop and splay out as they move down the crown. Cabbage Tree produces fragrant white flower clusters in
gardeners might have a smaller selection of plants than most gardeners, but there are still so many opportunities for impact. This drought-tolerant cabbage tree (Cordyline australis, zones 8b to 11) becomes a focal point amid the simplified shapes and muted colors of dwarf pittosporum (Pittosporum crassifolium
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Ornamental cabbages and kales are some of the most interesting and versatile plants in the fall and winter garden.
Yes, you can eat them, but sometimes their flavor isn't the same as the more traditional kale and cabbage. I've not tried it myself, but I'm told the flavor can be a bit more bitter.
Plant ornamental cabbage in full sun to light or dappled shade.
Ornamental cabbages for pool box bed
Ornamental Cabbage and Kale. Annual plants. Water - average. FULL Sun. 12" tall. Plant late Summer early Fall. Fall and Winter growth.
Ornamental Cabbage and Kale These cabbages and kales
cabbage? they are really pretty
Ornamental Cabbage and Kale These cabbages and kales are members of the Brassica spp family, the same group that produces broccoli, cauliflower
Cabbages, kale, and other leafy greens in a formal parterre at the Montreal Botanic Garden.
WHERE CAN I GET THAT TYPE OF CABBAGE AND KALE TO PURCHASE?
This is where I get my seeds: http://www.highmowingseeds.com/organic-non-gmo-cabbage-seeds.html http://www.highmowingseeds.com/organic-non-gmo-seeds-lacinato-dinosaur-kale.html
What healthy kale and cabbage! Easy to see how attractive they are.
Pretty. Small woody herb acting as border, cabbage, kale withy he Lacey mustard. Really pretty
kale and cabbage in the back
Montreal Botanical Garden is a feast for the eyes. Pebbled 'Lacinato' kale (Brassica oleracea 'Lacinato'), also known as Tuscan kale, combines with cabbage and sorrel in this mid-November composition that shows the power of symmetry and repetition.Tuscan kale, a main ingredient in minestrone, has been
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in fuller sun. Regarding cabbage and kale: They will take cold temperatures, but if you are expecting freezing rain or ice, be sure to cover them up to avoid damage. Water in well before an expected freeze.
Ornamental cabbage and kale add great interest
Ornamental cabbage in a pot
Winter cabbage and kale
Cabbages. Full sun planting
Ornamental Cabbage and Kale
garden pretty cabbage
gardening-ornamental cabbage & kale.
cabbage notes...Flowering cabbage
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variety: Popular and easy to grow in fall and spring: beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, chard, kale, lettuces, leeks, peas, radishes and spinach. For the connoisseur: arugula, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, celery, Chinese cabbage, collards, endive, fennel, garlic, onions, parsnips, salad greens and
Popular and easy to grow in fall and spring: beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, chard, kale, lettuces, leeks, peas, radishes and spinach. For the connoisseur: arugula, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, celery, Chinese cabbage, collards, endive, fennel, garlic, onions, parsnips, salad greens and