Collard Greens

Collard Greens

Collard Greens Seed

Collards are a member of the brassica/cabbage family, and cultivation is similar. Best grown as a fall crop, time your collards to harvest around first frost. In fact, a light frost will improve the flavor. Direct sow or start indoors in cooler soil, about 60-75F. Plant 1/2 in deep, 1 in apart, in rows 2 ft apart and thin to 2 ft apart once established (try using the thinnings as fresh baby greens for your favorite salad).

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Collard Greens Seeds, Champion

A selection from the Vates collards. Dark green and large, the cabbage-like leaves retain their spri..

$3.09

Collard Greens Seeds, Georgia Southern

An old favorite introduced before 1880 also known as "Creole" and "Georgia Green" Collards. Untreate..

$2.99

Collard Greens Seeds, Georgia Southern

An old favorite introduced before 1880 also known as "Creole" and "Georgia Green" Collards. The plan..

$2.99

Collard Greens Seeds, Vates

Excellent untreated seed collard strain often used by market growers due to its uniform and compact ..

$3.09

Collard Greens Seeds, Vates

Excellent collard strain often used by market growers due to its uniform and compact growth habit. I..

$3.09