Lacinato Nero Toscana
|62 days. Also known as dinosaur kale, black Tuscan kale, black cabbage, and black palm. Vigorous dark green to black leaves that are traditionally used in soups and stews, or sautéed with olive oil & garlic and tossed with pasta. Delizioso! Planted in the spring, you can harvest the fi rst shoots as tender young salad greens and achieve full-sized plants in two months. See our favorite recipe for Tuscan Kale Pesto on the inside of the packet.|
When to sow outside:
1 to 2 weeks before average last frost and when soil temperatures are
When to start inside: 10 weeks before average last frost.
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.