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55-60 days. Plants are 12 to 15 inches tall. Tight curled blue green leaves. Hardy, good market.
60-70 days. Dwarf, 12 to 15 inches high. Large, thick bluish-green leaves with frilled edges.
This primitive but attractive open kale can be traced back to the eighteenth century tuscany. The 10 in strap shaped leaves are dark gray blue green and slightly puckered. Plant in the spring or fall. Excellent winter variety in containers or beds, flavor and nutritional value is enhanced with frost and cold weather.
Mature in 50 days from transplanting. Plant leaves are deep grey-green with purple veins, flat non-curled, with deeply cut margins. Mature leaves are more tender than other kale varieties and have a mild sweet flavor. Vigorous, 18-30" tall.