Collard Green Seeds

All Collard Greens seeds. Collard Greens are a Brassica, like cabbage and broccoli. They are a perennial crop that prefer mild temperatures.

Morris Heading Collard Green Seeds

Brassic a oleracea Morris Heading Collard Greens (85 days) Morris Heading has long been a Southe...

Brassic a oleracea Morris Heading Collard Greens (85 days) Morris Heading has long been a Southern tradition for top quality collard greens. It produces loose, heavy heads on short stems. Morris Heading grows 18-24" tall. Slow to bolt. It has intense blue green leaves that have an excellent flavor and are full of nutrients when prepared in the "Southern Tradition". OK, well maybe shouldn't use all that bacon fat unless of course you're working it off in your garden ;) Researchers at th...

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Vates Collard Greens

Brassica oleracea  (75 days)  Vates was a real producer in our 2008 garden trials. We had copious...

Brassica oleracea  (75 days)  Vates was a real producer in our 2008 garden trials. We had copious amounts of dark green tasty leaves. So much so the rabbits and chickens had a banner year!  32" tall, silvery green, succulent and very slow to bolt. Best planted early like most brassicas they don't like extreme (90+) heat. Although, because we are on the Pacific Coast we grew Vates Collard Greens all year long with no problem. Try them again as a fall planting if your summers are too hot. Exc...

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