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Miller also touts the ease of kale trees. For those without a yard, don’t worry—these trees typically grow two to three feet tall, and they’re pretty resilient: “[They] can really take everything from tons of water to a minimum of water,” says Miller.
She continues, “These perennial trees produce the most delicious, buttery, sweet kale leaves.” In case you need a refresher on the health benefits of kale, the cruciferous veggie is high in vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber. Often dubbed a “nutritional powerhouse,” this is one worthy plant for your home garden.