Toscano kale is a type of vegetable that grows in the winter. You need to water it daily. It takes 30-65 days to grow. You can use it in a salad or make kale soup. You can make nutritious kale chips with them as well. Toscano kale has a long stock with bumpy green leafs on it. It has 0 fat, 0 acid, 22g of carbs, and 6.1g of protein. It has very high sodium. The lowest temperature it can grow in is 20*F, and it will start to become bitter and tough at 80*F. When harvesting, trim the leafs off your toscano kale then wash them. Watch out when bugs get on your kale if you do, trim off the infested leafs. Remember eating veggies is good for you and Toscano kale is just one of the many veggies that you can grow in a winter garden.
I hope you enjoy learning how the garden changes throughout the school year.