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Collards

Collards (Brassica oleracea)

Collards are a close relative to Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and cabbage. The leaves offer the best flavor and nutrition when grown during the cool season; in early spring or in the fall. The foliage is so attractive that plants could be grown among a flower garden if space is not…

Collards

Collards 'Georgia' (Brassica oleracea)

Leafy greens are an old favorite of the South. ‘Georgia’ is a non-heading type of collards that produces loose clusters of huge, blue-green, juicy leaves. The foliage is so attractive that plants could be grown among a flower garden if space is not available for a vegetable…

Collards

Collards 'Morris Heading' (Brassica oleracea)

'Morris Heading' is an old-time favorite variety because of its flavorful, broad wavy leaves that regrow quickly after harvesting. This selection is slow to bolt. Bolting is when the central stalk of a plant grows quickly upward and produces flowers, which turns the flavor bitter. As…

Collards

Collards 'Top Bunch' (Brassica oleracea)

Enjoy high yields of early maturing, slightly savoyed leaves. Regrows quickly after cutting and is slow to bolt. The leaves offer the best flavor and nutrition when grown during the cool season; in early spring or in the fall. The foliage is so attractive that plants could be grown…