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Collard, Morris Heading Collard Greens

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Morris Heading Collard produces heavy heads on short stems. A fast growing plant that is tolerant to heat and cold, is slow to bolt, and produces heavy heads on short stems. Leaves are broad, waxy, wavy and vary in color from green to blue-green with a moderately tight head. Many plants will form loose, leafy heads late in the growing season. The leaves have a mild cabbage like flavor, are tender and very delicious. Leaves taste sweeter after a few frosts.

  • Botanical Name - Brassica oleracea
  • Zone: 3-9
  • Days to Maturity: 65-80 Days
  • Height: 24-36" Tall
  • Foliage: Green Blue
  • Treated: No
  • Germination Time: 5-12 Days 
  • Breed: Heirloom, Open Pollinated
  • Germination Rate: 90%
  • Lifecycle: Biennial
  • Sunlight: Full Sun/Partial Shade
  • Watering: Average to Moderate
  • Sow Method: Direct Sow or Transplant
  • Sow Depth: 1/4
  • Plant Spacing: 12 inch
  • Row Spacing: 18-36 inch
  • Season of Interest: All

Did you know... Collards are usually grown as an annual, but they are a biennial plant and will produce yellow four-petaled flowers in loose clusters in its second year. Those dry into long capsules known as siliques that contain the tiny seeds.

CLASSIFICATION:  Open Pollinated, Heirloom, Non-Gmo, Biennial


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