No country for old kale

Are gardeners happy when their kale starts to bolt? To the best of my knowledge, they are not.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • May 19, 2015
Are gardeners happy when their kale starts to bolt? To the best of my knowledge, they are not. Because as attractive as we non-gardeners may find the tiny pale flowers, the people who mulch them, water them and fight off beetly predators see...
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