Crambe is normally found growing wild along sandy seashores of Europe. It is "halophytic", meaning salt tolerant. A great plant for seaside areas or marshes.
The blue leaves and white flowers are edible. The leaves are similar to scotch kale and grows to 30-36" inches.
Must be grown in a sandy loamy soil in a very well-drained site in full sun. Water regularly. Will not tolerate heavy clay soils. Zone 5
Limited quantity, fresh seed for fall 2022.
15 seeds @ $9.95
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