- Deep blue savoyed leaves
- Leaves grow to 3 inches wide by 18 inches long
- Best eaten when leaves are 8-10 inches
- Excellent flavor is enhanced by frost
- 62 days from transplant
- ±8,400 seeds/oz
(aka Dinosaur, Nero di Toscana) Italian kale which reportedly dates back to the 18th century. Blue-green strap-like leaves are 3" wide by 10-18" long with a heavily savoyed texture. Excellent flavor that is enhanced by frost. Best eaten when leaves are small and tender. 62 days from transplant. ±8,400 seeds/oz.
Learn to Grow it
Direct Seed: 4" Apart
Direct Seed: 1/2" Deep
Thin: 1-6" Apart
Plant Outdoors: 6-8” Apart
To grow full size kale plants, sow your seeds indoors in soil trays or pots 6-8 weeks before your last frost. They should be planted 1/4 inch deep and will take 3-10 days to germinate. Plant your seedlings outdoors just before the last frosts of the season and place them 24 inches apart. They will mature about 62 days after they are transplanted. There are over 8.4k seeds in an ounce of Lacinato kale.