Collards - Georgia Green
The original variety of non-heading type cabbage also known as Southern or Creole, this kind grows up to 2 1/2 feet tall producing broad, crumpled leaves. Very popular in the South and growing in popularity in other regions. It is grown for it's succulent and juicy leaves that have a mild cabbage-like flavor.
May be Planted in mid-summer for a late fall crop. The flavor is improved after frost. This variety will succeed where hearing Cabbages fail.
Planting time - Early Spring to Mid-Summer
Matures in - 70 days
Germinates in - 7 to 14 days
Sowing depth - 1/2 inch
Row spacing - 3 feet
Seed spacing - 1 inch
Thinning - when plants are 2-3 inches tall, thin to 2 feet apart
Net weight 1 G (Estimated 400 seeds)
Bulk Collards seed available.
9000 Seeds/oz. Plant 1/4oz per 100ft row.
2lbs of Collards seed needed per acre, 4oz needed per acre if using transplants.