A delicious and versatile green to grow in your fall garden, collards can be prepared and eaten in a variety of ways. Use small, young leaves in salads for that sweet brassica flavor, or use large, mature leaves fresh in wraps as a tortilla substitute, or steamed or sauteed with some aromatic additions of your own for a delicious side dish.

Grows best planted in late summer/early fall as their flavor improves after a light frost, but also does well in early spring. 

Matures 35-65 days after transplant.

Collards - Georgia Southern (6-pack)

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