Organic Champion Collards Brassica oleracia

Organic Champion Collards Brassica oleracia

Light                     Full/ Part Shade
Plant Depth           1/4-1/2" inches
Plant Height          24-36" inches
Days to Mature     70 days

When to Sow:

Direct sow as soon as soil can be worked or start transplants 4 weeks before planting date. Plant baby leaf every 4-5 weeks for a continual harvest. Sow fall plantings two months before first expected frost for full size and up until frost for baby leaf.

Collards are very cold hardy, overwintering in most climates to some degree

HEIRLOOM – Collards are tender, mild flavored greens with reliable, heavy yields. Long, loosely-held leaves are dark green with stark white midribs.  Georgia has smooth leaves, whiter midribs, shorter internodes and a larger habit. Collards – More heat tolerant. 

Approx.  seeds per package


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