I have a question about Lacinato Kale. We had it growing last season and over the winter, it was left outside without a cover. The leaves wilted during the winter months, but the stalks? stems? are still standing. Will it grow back this growing season, or should I remove it?

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Lacinato Kale can withstand temperatures as low as 20 degrees F, so it actually does well during the cold season. However, it is an annual plant and should be re-planted each year. The good news is that, since it is a cold-loving plant, you can get it into the ground 3-4 weeks before the last frost date.

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