One of the most tender kale varieties; ideal for raw kale salads and soups. Leaves are very dark blue-green and heavily savoyed, sweetening with each frost. A highly nutritious plant, and part of the cabbage family. It’s slightly larger and wider than other kale varieties. It will over winter in most zones, but can be planted in the spring or the fall. Frost actually improves the flavor as dinosaur kale prefers a cooler environment. Water well during hotter months. Kale is versatile, and can be made into crunchy kale chips, added to soups and stews, cooked by itself, and is a delicious addition to salads.