Collards Seeds

Packed with Vitamins A, C and K, as well as calcium, iron and magnesium, this Southern cuisine staple lends flavorful heft to soups and stews and shines as a side dish. Plant in spring and again in late summer for a fall to winter harvest. 

  1. Collards, Georgia
    Collards, Georgia
    HEIRLOOM. A southern favorite delicious in stews or stir-fried.


  2. Collard Greens, Top Chop Hybrid
    Collard Greens, Top Chop Hybrid
    Broad, smooth, dark-green leaves taste sweet and tender.


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