(Georgia, Creole, Southern) Was first released around 1880. This historic heirloom collard tolerates heat and cold well and can adapt to poorer soils. Slow to bolt. Plants can grow up to 2-3 feet tall. Tender Blue green leaves. (Georgia, Creole, Southern) Was first released around 1880. This historic heirloom collard tolerates heat and cold well and can adapt to poorer soils. Slow to bolt. Plants can grow up to 2-3 feet tall. Tender Blue green leaves.

Collard,Georgia Southern

SKU: OG2
$2.50Price
    • Tender and mild flavor
    • Grows up to 2-3 feet tall
    • Slow to bolt
    • Tolerates heat, cold, and poor soil well
    • 80 days
    • 150 Seeds/Packet
  • Planting - How to Grow Southern Georgia Collards

    • Start Indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost

    • Plant Outdoors 24” Apart

    • Enjoys full sun

    Harvesting - How To Harvest Southern Georgia Collards

    • Plan harvest in early morning. Most prefer to harvest after hit with frost

    • Pick leaves when they are about 10 Inches long and dark. Older leaves will be tough and stringy.

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