Prizm reaches 15 or more inches high and 10 to 12 inches wide, but the individual leaves are ready to harvest at just 3½ to 4 inches. Fill flowerpots, patio tubs, and other containers with this quick crop, so you always have kale within reach for delectable eating!
For quick re-leafing, tender rich flavor, and space-saving habit, Prizm is the one you want! No wonder it won a national AAS award. Great for spring, fall, or even winter crops (in mild and warm climates), this variety takes your kale garden to the next level.
For quickest crop, begin the seeds indoors, transplanting after danger of hard frost in early spring, when they have at least 2 sets of true leaves (about 2 weeks after sowing). (For fall crops, transplant when temperature drops in autumn.) Space the plants about 8 to 12 inches apart in sun-soaked, light soil (damp conditions are okay!) or very light/dappled shade, or grow them in containers. Pick the leaves continuously when they reach about 3½ to 4 inches high.