A tasty Russian kale that produces top-quality leaves that are only slightly frilled. Plants grow to 16-inches tall and are very hardy and productive. (55 days)
Sow as a spring crop where summers are cool; otherwise best grown into the early frosts of fall. May be direct-seeded or started and transplanted 2-4 weeks before last frost date of spring or 4 weeks before first frost date of fall. Space plants about 12-18 inches apart. As plants grow, harvest tender inner leaves until really cold weather arrives.