Kale Lacinato Seeds
Also known as dinosaur kale, ‘Lacinato’ has vigorous dark green to black leaves that are traditionally used in soups and stews, or sauteed with olive oil & garlic and tossed with pasta. Sown in the spring, you can harvest the first shoots as tender young salad greens or grow full-sized plants in two months. Super healthy garden green!
1 g. seed packet
Name: Kale ‘Lacinato’
Botanical Name: Brassica oleracea ‘Lacinato’
Days to Maturity: 62
When to sow outside: 1 to 2 weeks before average last frost or late summer for fall harvest. In mild climates (USDA zone 7 or warmer), also in fall for winter or early spring crop.
Harvesting: Young leaves can be harvested at any time. Pick outer leaves periodically. Harvest continues until a hard fall frost. In mild climates, mulch plants well to continue harvesting throughout winter.
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