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Collard Greens

The greens of the South, these are some of the most loved vegetables of a southern meal.  Sauteed with bacon and cooked until tender, they are delicious and nutritious.

  • Georgia Southern Collard Greens

    78 day. Also known as Creole or Georgia Green Collards, it was first introduced before 1880.  It has a loose cluster of blue-green leaves with a cabbage like flavor.  It is tolerant to heat and poor soils and is a good choice for summer...

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  • Morris Heading Collard Greens

    85 days.  An old southern favorite.  It grows loose heads that are dark green and slow bolting.  The young leaves are the most tender and flavorful, so harvest often.  Great for fall growing, because it becomes sweeter with frost...

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  • Vates Collard Greens

    75 days.  Dating back to the 1930's Vates is very high yielding, frost resistant and is slow to bolt.   Minimum of 250 seeds per packet. Maximum of 4 packets per order.     PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:   Planting Depth: 1/4...

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