OTHER GREENS All are to be grown in reasonably moist, fertile soil. Cress, Corn Salad, and Arugula should be sown in place in late winter through mid-spring and harvested before hot weather, or in early fall for a late fall harvest. Mustard greens may be grown in the same way, but often give a harvest well into the summer heat. Collards may be started indoors and set out as transplants 2-4 weeks before last frost date in spring for a summer harvest. Or direct seed in the garden anytime until mid-summer for a fall harvest.

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Collards - Georgia Southern (Creole)

Collards - Georgia Southern (Creole) OG109

(B. oleracea) A great old southern favorite, pre-1880 heirloom that has... Read More
Morris Heading Collards

Morris Heading Collards OG112

(B. oleracea). This variety is called “cabbage collards” by Southern old-timers... Read More
Vates Collards

Vates Collards OG108

75 days. In the 1950’s, this strain was praised as a “new, dwarf strain,”... Read More
Yellow Cabbage Collards

Yellow Cabbage Collards OG129

A rare gem, these scarce seeds are highly coveted and have been passed... Read More
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