Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Question:  I have a Kale plant in my garden from last year.  The leaves have turned brown, but the plant still looks alive.  Do I have to pull it, or will it grow new leaves I the spring if I snip off the dead ones?


  1. Hi! Kale is a biennial, which means it grows for two years producing seed in its second year. So although it's still alive it's not the best eating! You're better off pulling it and starting from fresh seedlings.