An ornamental cabbage is a colorful plant in the same family as edible cabbages and kale. The plants, which are a result of hybridizing, look more like flowers than heads of cabbage and feature pink or white foliage. The... More »

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Grow ornamental flowering cabbages by placing them in a location with full or partial sun and using slightly acidic soil. Water them regularly once the soil starts to dry out. More »

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Cruciferous vegetables are those vegetables in the cabbage family including broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage and bok choy. Other lists also include arugula, collard greens, horseradish, radishes, tu... More »

Broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage and bok choy are all categorized as cruciferous vegetables. Other lists also include arugula, collard greens, horseradish, radishes, turnips, watercress, rutabaga an... More »

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The leaves from a kale plant are often described as having an earthy flavor, with a sweeter taste when the plant is in peak season. Kale is in season, from midwinter through early spring. When one is picking kale, it is ... More »

Some vegetables that start with the letter "K" are kale, kohlrabi and kelp. Kale and kohlrabi are both members of the brassica family, and kelp is a sea vegetable belonging to the seaweed family. More »

The most noticeable difference between green and red cabbage is the color of the leaves. Green cabbage leaves are broad and pale green in color, and red cabbage leaves are fan-like and deep reddish-purple in color. More »