A bit more heat tolerant than other kales, for a longer harvest period on either end of winter season. Leaves are large, flat, rounded, similar to collard, but very large and with very prominent white veins, earning some strains a variety name of “costata,” meaning “ribbed.” The leaves are more succulent, and the flavor is more cabbage-like than other kales.
Approx 300 seeds
Depth: 1/4 inch
Spacing: 1/2 inches
Soil type: well draining, fertile
Sun: full sun
Days to harvest: 55 days
Hardiness Zones: 5-10
Best grown in frosts of spring or fall. Direct seed or transplant 2-4 weeks in spring or 8 weeks in fall before frosts dates. Prefers rich soil.
Hand harvested and packed for the 2023 season. We are a small batch grower, so limited quantities are available.
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