Georgia Southern Collards
- Tender, mild, and juicy
- Grows 2-3 feet tall
- Slow to bolt
- Tolerates heat, cold, and poor soil
- 80 days
- 8,400 seeds/oz
(Brassica oleracea) (aka Georgia, Creole, Southern) Historic collard first released around 1880. Slow to bolt and tolerant of heat, cold, and poor soil. Non-heading plants grow 2-3 feet tall with large cabbage-like blue-green leaves that are tender, mild, and juicy. 60-80 days. ±8,400 seeds/oz.
Learn to Grow Georgia Southern Collards
Start Indoors: 6-8 weeks before last frost
Germination: 3-10 Days
Plant Outdoors: 24” Apart
Light: Full Sun
Instructions- Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Plant out just before the last frost. Can also be direct seeded outdoors 3 months before fall frost. Collards are most tender and delicious after a frost. Harvest may continue even after snow.