Packed with nutrition

Collards are hardy, heat and cold-tolerant cruciferous vegetables grown for their delicious and nutritious leaves. Young leaves are used raw in salads and mature leaves are boiled or steamed. Collards include these vital nutrients among others: Vitamin K, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, Vitamin E, Protein and Vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B6 plus Omega-3 Fats. Although these plants are most popular in the Southern US, Collards are also a good crop for Northern gardens.

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Collards that are cooked can have more nutritional value than raw as the cooking enhances this healthy vegetable.

  • * 300 seeds - $5.75 - Out of Stock
    (75 Days) Highly bolt resistant. Upright, vigorous plants produce smooth leaves in a rich dark green. Harvest...