Collards are the descendants of wild cabbage, and are thought to be the oldest form of a green leafy vegetable used for human consumption. While collards thrive in the hot summer, it can withstand the cold temperatures of Autumn. In fact, the flavor is often enhanced by a light frost.

Approximately 120,000 seeds per lb. 1/4 oz. is needed for a 100 foot row, 2 lb. per acre.

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Collards, Georgia

Large, crumpled, blue-green leaves. Tall, spreading plant.