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Collards are a non-heading cabbage, sort of a warm weather version of kale, intended for use in seasons when kale just doesn’t get cold enough to be good eatin’. GTF begins sowing collards with the earliest plantings, then switches over to kale sowing after mid-July. Collards are grown throughout winter in the South. Very high in minerals, vitamins, and phytonutrients. Overwintered plants bolt to make the sweetest of all “colewort shoots”—long tender stems tipped with little “broc-buds.”
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 Champion (Collards)  Champion 
A dark green winner in the marketplace with great tenderness and taste, derived from the original Vates strain for being darker blue-green, longer standing, and higher yielding. Leaves are slick, slightly rumpled, and have smooth cabbage-like margins. Cha... pricing and more info...
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Pilgram's Cabbage 
NEW FOR 2014! This is a Mediterranean strain of collard with tender medium green leaves. Common in Portugal, and used to make the national soup, Cauldo Verde, eaten by many every day. Cold hardy to at least 15 degrees F, and well-established plants will perennialize in... pricing and more info...
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