Looking similar to raab-rapini, it is much less pungent than raab and with a much bigger and more heavily branching stem structure. The flavor is hearty yet sweet, something of a cross between broccoli leaves and Tuscan kale or collards and is perfect for rustic Italian cuisine. Narrow, very dark green leaves grow into a wonderful wavy, curvy, twisting form, making for a visually striking addition to salads, braises, sautées, pizzas, stir-fries, and soups.
Those who love hearty, strong-flavored vegetables, Spigariello has a taste that you can’t find in other greens. One of the most renowned vegetables in Italy, it is also known as Minestra Nera. (Terroir Seeds)
Kintsai Dark Green: This Chinese celery grows small dark green leaves with green petioles. It is very aromatic, even seedlings have a nice celery flavor. This makes it an excellent microgreen. As the plant matures the celery flavor and scent intensifies. (Kitazawa Seed Co)
Yes, They are still available.
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