Collards

Please see Greens Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: 2g unless otherwise stated (approximately 600 seeds) sows 55' direct seeded or 230' as transplants.

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Alabama Blue Collards 2 g

Alabama Blue Collards 2 g

Now sold out for 2015 75 days. [Alabama heir loom, original seedstock from Jean Mills.] Beautiful blue leaves with plum-colored veins. The leaves are more tender and faster to cook, and the plants hold their sweetness longer in hot weather. Smaller...
$2.75

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Champion Collards 2 g

Champion Collards 2 g

75 days. [VA/AES] A Vates type collard with increased bolt-resistance, darker blue-green foliage, and enhanced winter hardiness. Non-heading and productive. Pkt (2 g).
$2.50

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Champion Collards 28 g

Champion Collards 28 g

75 days. [VA/AES] A Vates type collard with increased bolt-resistance, darker blue-green foliage, and enhanced winter hardiness. Non-heading and productive. (28 g)
$8.50

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Even' Star Land Race Collards 2 g

Even' Star Land Race Collards 2 g

Vigorous, winter-hardy collards selected for tender, mild flavor; small leaves are sweet enough for mesclun. No susceptibility to autumn powdery mildew, and tolerant of a wide range of soils. Best for fall planting (2 g).
$2.75

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Even' Star Land Race Collards 28 g

Even' Star Land Race Collards 28 g

Vigorous, winter-hardy collards selected for tender, mild flavor; small leaves are sweet enough for mesclun. No susceptibility to autumn powdery mildew, and tolerant of a wide range of soils. Best for fall planting. (28 g)
$8.50

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Georgia Green (Georgia Southern, Creole) Collards 2 g

Georgia Green (Georgia Southern, Creole) Collards 2 g

[Pre-1880] Especially valuable variety for the sandy soil of the Atlantic coast and in places where it is difficult to grow cabbage successfully. It is resistant to heat and frost, and grows well on poor soil. The open, loose heads are best harvested after frost when they are sweet and...
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Green Glaze Collards 2 g

Green Glaze Collards 2 g

79 days. [Introduced 1820 by David Landreth.] Old-fashioned and unique variety with smooth, bright green leaves. Heat- and frost-resistant, slow-bolting and non-heading. 30-34 in. tall. Excellent resistance to cabbage worm and cabbage looper. Recommended especially for Southern and warm...
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Hen Peck Collards 2 g

Hen Peck Collards 2 g

Now sold out for 2015. Yellow Cabbage Collards is a similar variety.

72 days. [NC heirloom, seed stock from Benny and Vickie Cox.] Another great cabbage collard...
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Morris Heading Collards 2 g

Morris Heading Collards 2 g

70 days. Loose heavy heads with dark green, slightly savoyed leaves. Slow-bolting plants range from 18-24 in. An old favorite with excellent flavor. Pkt (2 g).
$2.25

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Vates Collards 2 g

Vates Collards 2 g

68 days. [VA/AES.] Slow-bolting collard with large blue-green leaves on 32 in. tall plants. Produces high-quality frost-resistant greens especially suited to the Mid-Atlantic and the South. Pkt (2 g).
$2.25

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White Mountain Cabbage Collards 1 g

White Mountain Cabbage Collards 1 g

70 days. [SC family heirloom from Rodger Winn.] Heading collard with dark-green savoyed leaves, similar to Morris Heading, but much larger, up to 3 ft. Rodger’s great-aunt made excellent sauerkraut with this. Pkt (1 g)
$2.50

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Yellow Cabbage Collards 2 g

Yellow Cabbage Collards 2 g

75 days. [NC heirloom, seedstock from Benny and Vickie Cox, owners of the famous Collard Shack in Ayden, NC.] Milder and more tender than most collards, the yellow-tinted leaves form a loose head. Seed for cabbage collards is hard to come by - many thanks to the Coxes for sharing theirs!...
$2.75

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Yellow Cabbage Collards 14 g

Yellow Cabbage Collards 14 g

75 days. [NC heirloom, seedstock from Benny and Vickie Cox, owners of the famous Collard Shack in Ayden, NC.] Milder and more tender than most collards, the yellow-tinted leaves form a loose head. Seed for cabbage collards is hard to come by - many thanks to the Coxes for sharing theirs!...
$8.25

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