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Honeyman Farms Collards Georgia Southern Seed Packet
Georgia Southern collards grow in loose, blue-green bunches and thrive in the summer. They may be prepared similar to cabbage or other greeens.

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Honeyman Farms Collards Champion Seed Packet

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Collards - Georgia Southern
A cool-season leafy vegetable, Georgia Southern Collard is a member of the cabbage family. Collards tolerate both warm and cold temperatures. A tasty, healthy vegetable that adds character to any meal.

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Collards Georgia Southern
Extremely popular in the South and their popularity is growing in other regions. Collards are the most nutritious of greens, and are ready to eat as early as 60 days from sowing. Juicy leaves have a mild cabbage-like flavor and are delicious boiled, steamed or raw as an addition to salads.

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Liberty Garden Collards Georgia Southern
Extremely popular in the South and their popularity is growing in other regions. Collards are the most nutritious of greens, and are ready to eat as early as 60 days from sowing. Juicy leaves have a mild cabbage-like flavor and are delicious boiled, steamed or raw as an addition to salads.

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Ferry-Morse Seeds 1269 Collard Greens 2.5 Gram Packet
Dark blue-green stemmed plants form a large, open head of leaves high in vitamins A, B1, B2, and C. Particularly valuable in the south for winter greens. This packet will plant approximately a 92 foot row.

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Burpee 65862 Collard Georgia Seed Packet
Tender, blue-green leaves that will withstand light frost. The mild cabbage-like flavor actually improves with a light frost. Plant in spring and again in late summer for a fall to winter harvest. Avoid areas where any of the cabbage family members were grown the previous year.

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Seed Savers Vates Collard Seeds
(aka Blue Stem, Vates Non-Heading) Dark green leaves on upright 24-inch plants. Known for lack of purpling in veins and leaves. Excellent variety for boiling. Bolt and frost resistant. 60-80 days.

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Seed Savers Georgia Southern Collard Seeds
 (aka Georgia, Creole, Southern) Heirloom collard first released around 1880. Slow to bolt and tolerant of heat, cold, and poor soil. Non-heading plants grow 2-3 feet tall with large cabbage-like blue-green leaves that are tender, mild, and juicy. 60-80 days.

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Kitazawa Georgia Southern Collard Seeds
Gardeners welcome this loose-leaf member of the cabbage family because it is prolific and easy to grow, particularly in cool weather. The Georgia Southern collard leaves are smooth, oval and bluish-green atop a white stem. Collard greens are also an excellent source of vitamins A, B1, B2 and C, essential for a healthy diet. Milder in flavor than kale, collard leaves are excellent for freezing, pickling, canning or cooking. Collards became popular in the American South simmered for hours with a ham hock or salt pork. In Asian cuisine, collard greens are prepared in the same way as other loose-leaf cabbages or large-leaf greens — usually pickled, but also added to soups and stir-fries.

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