60 days. A much improved overwintering collard. Dark green and large, the cabbage-like leaves retain their eating quality up to 2 weeks longer than other Vates types. Try Champion braised with a touch of olive oil and garlic. Especially good with ham or pork chops.
(65-80 days) Tender, mild-flavored, blue green collard leaves are full of vitamins and cancer-preventing compounds. Both heat tolerant and frost hardy, growing sweeter with fall frosts. The original standard.
GB Cultural info: ALL/Matures 12/Harvest 24/Yield 96-383/Spacing 12"/ DAYS TO MAT: 60-80 days SEEDS PER PACKET: 100 SOURCE CODE: C APPROX GERM DAYS: 5-17 PLANTING DEPTH: 1/2" WHEN TO PLANT: Early Spring, Summer, Fall in mild-winter areas PACKET LABEL INSTRUCTIONS: Start seeds in flats very early in Spring for Summer harvest, or 6+ weeks before first Fall hard frost for Winter harvest. A cabbage, does best in good soil for rapid growth, best with later fertilization. Best to keep moist, but fairly drought tolerant. Likes full sun. Shallow cultivate for first few weeks. Harvest-pull tender top leaves or harvest whole…
80 days. A beloved favorite for many years, Georgia is tops for tender, moist bite and reliably heavy yields. The non-heading plants reach 30 to 36 inches tall, producing abundantly, and the greens are unsurpassed for fresh-collard taste.Collards are wonderfully tolerant of both heat and cold; in fact, their flavor is sweetened by a little frost. Sow seeds directly in early spring or in late summer for a fall crop; or start indoors 5 to 7 weeks before setting out. If you want tall plants with full-sized leaves to harvest all at once space the seedlings 15 inches apart. For…
We offer these in sets of three cuttings. Each cutting has several nodes from which leaves or roots will sprout. Cuttings should be put in pots in good potting soil (with half of the nodes below the soil and half above) and kept moist and in the shade to develop roots for a couple of months before planting out in the garden. Leaves may begin to grow at first but then will stop until good roots are formed. We cannot guarantee that all three cuttings will survive; conditions en route or in your own area may keep them from being…
Very slow to bolt. Flash offers repeated harvests of dark green leaves. Packet: 100 seeds.
55 days. Flash is a dark-green-leaved collard and it is gaining a reputation for its vigor, uniformity, and high yields. The 16-23 inch, smooth broad-leaved plants are very slow to bolt, offering longer, more dependable harvests. An excellent variety of cutting greens with a mild, sweet flavor. Rapid regrowth after harvest.
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Earliest to harvest. Tall productive plant produces medium green, slightly blistered (savoyed) leaves. Packet: 100 seeds.
(65-80 days) Earlier than our standard Collard, this robust variety has slick, crumpled, dark blue-green leaves. Bolt resistant and tolerant of temperature extremes it thrives in cool weather. The nutritious leaves grow sweeter with fall frosts.
75 days- In the 1950's, this strain was praised as a "new dwarf strain," longstanding and heat-resistant, like all collards. Winter-hardy to the mid-Atlantic, producing a crop into very cold autumn weather. These make super healthy and delicious cooked greens.
75 days- Very dark green, waxy, gracefully-rounded tender leaves are produced in abundance all season. Originally from the Virginia Truck Experiment Station. Contains 200 heirloom seeds
I have a Karen Triplett Rhoda and it does not bloom. It has bloomed in the past but probably not for a past several years. Not sure what I need to do? It's in well drained soil has morning and late afternoon sun. It has healthy looking leaves. Any suggestions?