What are the pros? Pretty
What are the cons? Cabbage moth magnets
My experience with perennial Kales proved disappointing. I purchased 2 Purple Tree Collard and 3 Daubenton Kale plants from other companies in Spring 2018. The plants arrived in excellent condition. They grew very well even with early Summer temps in the low 80's. The problem was iseems every cabbage moth in the county came to feed on these plants, especially the Daubenton. I didn't have the extreme insect problem with the annual Kales I planted. I can only guess the cabbage moths preferred the perennial kales. As I don't like to have my family feast on pesticides, even organic ones, I chose to pull them up and dispose of them. So, be aware perennial Kales may become insect magnets.
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