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This is an excellent product. Have done a 1/2 acre. Already sprouting up. Look forward to ground cover and Spring planting
Georgia Collard Green is a true old southern favorite. The leaves are bluish-green, large and crumbled. A member of the cabbage family, but does not bunch or head like cabbage. The open heads are great for cooking or freezing. Frost sweetens the flavor. Very tasty and flavorful. Grows to 24-26". Heavy producer. 1g ~ 250 seeds.
For spring planting, direct sow seeds in garden in early spring or start transplants 4-6 weeks before transplanting into the garden. Optimum soil temperature for seed germination is 60-75 degrees. For fall planting, direct sow seeds in garden about 8-12 weeks before average first frost date. Collards are one of the most heat and cold tolerant cole crops. You can harvest until the heat of summer or cold of winter stops production.
Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea
Days to Maturity: 50-80
Seed Depth: 1/4-1/2"
Days to Sprout: 5-10
Plant Spacing: 12-24"
Row Spacing: 2-3'
Light Requirements: Sunny / partial shade
Plant Height: 24-36"
Life Cycle: Biennial
Frost Hardy: Yes