Ornamental pink

Posted: April 23, 2021 in Uncategorized

At the Naperville farmer’s market, there were a number of these ornamental kale out in early spring, just in time to catch some snow. They were rather spectacularly bright as well. We had a few of these in our garden in Ohio as well. They add a lot of welcome color.

for Squares: bright and Life in Colour: pink

Day 1 of being away and relaxing. Ahhh. I’ll get back to everyone who comments and wish you a most happy Friday.

Comments
  1. Sheree says:

    Amazing colour

  2. peggy says:

    Georgeous color. I have never grown these, but they are very interesting plants.

  3. That’s a beauty Janet! Love the colours!

  4. ladysighs says:

    What a pity it’s not edible. I read it has a bit of a bitter taste.
    I love kale except for the green color. Wouldn’t it be lovely to hear mother saying, “Eat your pink and purple vegetables.”

  5. Marsha says:

    I love ornamental cabbage, Janet. With the snow – even more stunning. ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. BeckyB says:

    look so amazing in the snow

  7. Wow, Iโ€™ve never seen this! How very cool, Janet! Thanks for sharing! ๐ŸŒž

  8. Ornamental greens like kale and cabbage are always surprising to me. Well done, Janet.

  9. That’s pretty – such lovely colours together.

  10. Resa says:

    How can Kale be so beautiful? It looks like some kind of giant carnation.
    Lovely shot, Janet!

  11. Su Leslie says:

    Gorgeous. The Auckland Wintergarden devotes a whole area to ornamental kale over winter; I love visiting then.

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