50+ Seeds Collards Greens Seed Georgia Southern Heirloom Organic Non GMO Vegetable Seeds for Planting CCL-RR

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Delicious. No garden is complete without Collard Greens. Georgia Southern Collard Greens is a wonderful heirloom variety with good old-fashioned taste. First released in 1880. Georgia Southern is a very old standard variety that is still very popular in the south. Georgia Southern Collards are a deep blue/green color that really stand out in your garden.
Georgia Southern Collard is a slow to bolt, non-heading type of collard that grows 2-3 feet. Leaves are tasty, tender, mild and juicy. Most folks strip the leave portions off of the stems for a tastier collard green. Tolerates heat and poor/sandy soils. Collards are easily grown from seed. They do prefer a cooler growing temperatures. So it is best to plant them in early spring, as soon as the soil is workable.

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Delicious. No garden is complete without Collard Greens. Georgia Southern Collard Greens is a wonderful heirloom variety with good old-fashioned taste. First released in 1880. Georgia Southern is a very old standard variety that is still very popular in the south. Georgia Southern Collards are a deep blue/green color that really stand out in your garden.
Georgia Southern Collard is a slow to bolt, non-heading type of collard that grows 2-3 feet. Leaves are tasty, tender, mild and juicy. Most folks strip the leave portions off of the stems for a tastier collard green. Tolerates heat and poor/sandy soils. Collards are easily grown from seed. They do prefer a cooler growing temperatures. So it is best to plant them in early spring, as soon as the soil is workable.
They can be grown for a fall crop and seed should be planted in late July for an early fall crop. They are high in vitamins and a healthy choice of vegetable to add to your diet. They taste delicious steamed, stir-fried, added to soups and are great to mix with other greens.
Traditional greens are most often grown in the South. They can be grown in most area in the US. Maturity is 60-75 days. Seeds can be sown directly into garden when soil is warm.
Zones 3-10 All seeds are packaged and for the current growing season.

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