Kalettes were developed by crossing kale and Brussels sprouts using classical, non-GMO breeding methods. Like Brussels sprouts, the plants form tall stalks bearing florets that take time to reach maturity and thus require a measure of patience. Kalettes are, however, the new and improved, earlier varieties of the late-maturing bicolor sprout from the Kaleidoscope Flower Sprouts Mix. While Flower Sprouts produce just one harvest slot late in the season, Kalettes offer early, mid, and late-maturing varieties, ranging from 110 days to 138 days.
For early-season harvest.
For great taste and appearance all season long.
For mid-season harvest.
For late-season harvest.