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    I am struggling to find any daubenton kale online that is in stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norfolkgrey View Post
    If you remind me in march I can take some cuttings. I have Daubenton, Duabenton Panache (variagated) and Taunton Deane.

    VC I am intrigued you have seed, I didn't think perennial kale went to seed. Do you know the variety etc.?
    Hi Norfolkgrey

    I came across your post whilst looking into perennial brassicas and wondered if I could be really cheeky and ask if I might be able to get some of these cuttings from you?

    Iím also a bit of a nut for all things weird and wonderful. I could offer you pineberry runners, a clump of white alpine strawberries, cardoon, and my latest thing, Korean mint, which has managed(so far!) to overwinter complete with its foliage in the greenhouse in Sheffield.

    Best regards
    Matt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matskoi View Post
    Hi Norfolkgrey

    I came across your post whilst looking into perennial brassicas and wondered if I could be really cheeky and ask if I might be able to get some of these cuttings from you?

    Iím also a bit of a nut for all things weird and wonderful. I could offer you pineberry runners, a clump of white alpine strawberries, cardoon, and my latest thing, Korean mint, which has managed(so far!) to overwinter complete with its foliage in the greenhouse in Sheffield.

    Best regards
    Matt
    Hi and welcome to the vine.

    There is no harm in asking but unfortunately I will be disappointing you on 2 counts. Firstly there is a 3 month and 50 post rule on this forum https://www.growfruitandveg.co.uk/gr...nce_76437.html for swaps. Also I only have Taunton Deane nowadays as I preferred it of the three and decided to get rid of the others.

    Stick around and have a mooch, there is loads to learn, especially if you like weird and wonderfuls. Everyone is friendly
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    Thanks for putting me straight there Norfolkgrey! And thanks for the welcome.

    Please excuse my impatience, as soon as I find out about a new plant I want to get hold of it. Thereís plenty of time ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matskoi View Post
    Thanks for putting me straight there Norfolkgrey! And thanks for the welcome.

    Please excuse my impatience, as soon as I find out about a new plant I want to get hold of it. Thereís plenty of time ...
    No probs. After 3 months your wish list might look more like this:-

    red yacon
    white yacon
    oca
    Chinese artichoke
    jer. artichoke
    red. jer. artichoke
    potato onion
    tree/walking/eygptian onion
    perennial leeks

    and that's just some of the perennial stuff Feel free to introduce yourself here https://www.growfruitandveg.co.uk/gr...duce-yourself/ there are plenty of peeps to encourage your plant addiction
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