South GA Seed Company
Huge lovely cabbage-like blue-green and just slightly crumpled juicy leaves! Non-heading type. This cabbage is heat and cold tolerant. Mild cabbage-like flavor improves with light frost. 2 to 3 feet tall!
How to Save Seeds
Collards will cross pollinate with any member of the Brassica oleracea which includes cauliflower, broccoli, kale, and brussel sprouts so separate by 1 mile . They also require overwintering for seed. So you'll want to preserve them when overwintering by either heavily mulching the plant or if you have colder winters transplant the plant from the garden to a pot of sand and store over winter in an area between 35 to 40 degrees. Once spring arrives simply place the plant back out into the garden and allow to bolt. Once pods appear and dry out harvest and store seeds.