I have uploaded several vegetable cultivars of Brassica, especially B. oleracea.
As I understand, var. acephala has now been assigned to two different varieties:
1. var. viridis: mostly edible vegetables crops of which I have uploaded several cultivars including our popular Kashmir Karam/Haak saag (syn: var. acephala L.).....this includes kale, collards, tall kale, etc. German names for this are Blätterkohl, Blattkohl, Futterkohl and Kuhkohl
2. var. sabellica: mostly ornamental cultivars grown in pots and beds, rarely used as vegetable (syn: var. acephala auct. (non L.). this includes curly kale used as vegetable, decorative kale, ornamental kale, borecole, curlies. German names include Braunkohl, Federkohl, Grünkohl, Krauskohl and Zier-Kohl.
I have uploaded the curly kale as vegetable crop. I will be uploading ornamental kale separately.
Dr. Gurcharan Singh
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