5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Greater Sea Kale Overview
This is a clump-forming perennial mound. It will produce very large glossy dark green crenulate, toothed leaves which are followed by profuse clusters of tiny white flowers in late spring. The flower stems grow to 1.5m tall making this a garden attraction. It has very deep roots which will produce many offsets.
Common problems with Greater Sea Kale
How to propagate Greater Sea Kale
Divide the roots.
Seeds in spring or autumn.
Special features of Greater Sea Kale
Other uses of Greater Sea Kale
Border, ornamental Summer interest.