Seeing Your Kale Flowering? Act Fast for One Last Harvest
Kale produces flowers, or bolts, usually in its second year, shortly after winter is over and warm weather returns. How quickly your kale bolts depends on how quickly the weather warms. When kale, or any plant, bolts, it means that it has reached full maturity and is ready to produce seeds. When you see signs of bolting, act quickly to pick your last harvest.