Collards, Georgia Southern, Botanical Interests Georgia Collards

An old favorite introduced before 1880 also known as “Creole” and “Georgia Green” Collards. The plants bear a loose cluster of slightly crumpled blue-green leaves. Plant height 2 to 3 feet. Produces delicious, tender, juicy greens with a cabbage like flavor. A vigorous non-heading variety. The plants can stand light frosts. Tolerant to heat and poor soil conditions. 78 days. Packet contains 15 seeds.

Price: $2.25
 
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