The Vegetable Garden

Collard Greens Seeds

     

    Collard Greens Georgia Southern

    Collard Greens Georgia Southern 1000 Seeds/3 Grams The Georgia Southern collard has loose leaves and is an ever bearing plant that is tolerant to heat and poor soil conditions. Plants grow 2-3 feet tall and the flavor is improved by a slight frost. Good freezing and canning variety. High in Calcium, Vitamin A, B1, B2, and C. Maturity: 75 days. To grow as spring crop: Start seeds indoors 8 weeks before the last spring frost and transplant outside 3 weeks before the last spring frost. Space 12 to 18 inches apart. To grow as fall crop: Start seeds indoors 6 to 8 weeks before first fall frost, and transplant outside 3 to 4 weeks before the first fall frost. Harvest into early winter. Purity: 99.98% Germination: 80% Tested: February 2011 Country of Origin: USA Seeds are weighed in excess of amount advertised and carefully packaged in glassine envelopes. Description labels and planting guides are on each packet. Seeds are sourced from reputable seed merchants or wild crafted with environmental consciousness. The seeds are germination tested for freshness and reliability or labeled as not tested if I have not tested them to date. Seeds are kept in environmental conditions that promote seed life (Dark/Dry/Cool). Plant with confidence!

    Vates Collard Seeds - Brassica Oleracea Var. Acephala

    The Vates variety of collard is a tall collard that grows up to 32" high with loose leaves. The leaves are dark green and slick. The Vates collard variety is frost resistant and slow bolting.

    Georgia Southern Collard Seeds - Brassica Oleracea Var. Acephala

    The Georgia Southern variety of collard is a large collard with a cabbage-like taste. The blue green leaves can grow up to 36" tall and do not bunch or head like cabbage leaves.