This delectable kale may not look too impressive, with its plain looking blue green leaves and white veins. Where it really stands out is its winter hardiness — capable of handling frost and extremely tolerant of wet soil, White Russian Kale is an ideal variety for areas that receive cold, rainy winters. This kale is equally tasty when eaten raw in salads as a baby leaf, or steamed or sautéed in its mature form.
-21 days (baby leaf); 50 days (mature)
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