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Collards are a member of the cabbage family, showcasing their large, fanlike, green leaves and thick stems. The leaves of collards have an almost waxy sort of texture with pronounced veining. They grow as a loose bouquet rather than in a tight "head" like other members of the cabbage family. This cool-weather vegetable is a staple side dish for southern cooking in the United States and has a delicious but mild, cabbage-like flavor.
About our collard seeds
- 5 collard seed varieties
- Fabulous fall crop that withstands winter conditions
- Tolerates some shade, but prefers full sun exposure
- Tasty and nutritious