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Crambe/Colewort Seed/Roots for growing

 
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Hi! I'm in Ohio,  USA and I have a few sea kale,  but what I'm really interested is the Giant Colewort. Sea kale doesn't love our clay, non-marine environment. I'm hoping another type of edible Colewort will. Thanks!
 
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All the sources I've found so far are in the UK.

 
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