55 days. [1800s German variety. Seedstock from William Woys Weaver.]
Hardy German kale, given its fanciful name for its long, narrow leaves. Young plants survive subzero winters without damage, and in warmer areas the kale may only flower a little or not at all in the spring, and so live for several years and grow as tall as 5'. Silver-green leaves. Pkt (1 g).