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They're lovely but either of those are macrorrhizum Birdie.
The big advantage of macrorrhizum is that it's fairly evergreen. It thins out a bit towards the end of winter but never dies right back
One seed, one plant is the best offer
how many different seedlings have you got?
My maximum is 3 right now
Newboy's suggestion sounds good but it's hard when you want to be out there doing.
Have you tried googling kale seedlings and looking at images
They generally cut enough off to stop branches catching in the wires even in strong winds.
If they're big enough to plant put someone will be able to ID them from a photo.
Where are you both?
Lovely here, and has been for several days
A bit like the old lots of berries foretells a hard winter Philippa
Every worm you slice in half becomes an ex worm
Though if it's lucky the head end might survive.
It will get worse as more wood rots. Wood is attractive but doesn't last long when wet.