Colewort or sea-kale; a plant in its wild state peculiar to the sea-coast.
Colewort, it is said, kills the larv, while it at the same time manures the soil.
They appear to have been great consumers of honey; and amongst their vegetables, beans and colewort are frequently mentioned.
The Colewort, strictly speaking, is a plant distinct from the other varieties of Cabbage.
The tender blades or sprouts nipt from colewort or any other vegetable, S.
Kail, colewort; broth is commonly termed kail; but, properly speaking, it is not kail until the second day.
Peas may still be sown, and French beans also, as may cabbage and colewort seed.