Brassica oleracea acephala group. 50 days. Open Pollinated. Grows 24-36" tall.
Cold-hardy and considered the sweetest and best tasting by many a gourmet gardener.
Vigorous attractive selection, White Russian Kale tolerates water saturated soil better than other varieties. A cousin of Red Russian Kale the leaves are lightly frilled and dissected with white veining.
Be sure to leave a few plants through winter in spring they’ll sprout delicious side shoots.
Another fine contribution from Frank Morton of Wild Garden Seed.
Planting Directions: Plant in fertile soil enriched with compost or garden fertilizer 2-3 weeks prior to planting. Water heavy during growing season and do not water after first frost in fall. Light frost improves flavor and sweetness.