Best grown in the fall or winter months to avoid pests!
Southerners have historically grown Georgia Southern collards. It is a favorite of gardeners and is adored for its flavor and abundant yields. A cultivar of collards known as Georgia Southern is a sturdy, heat-tolerant variety that does well in all climates. Allow 6 to 12 hours of sunshine for the greatest effects. 65 days or so before maturity.
Approximately 25 seeds per packet!
*About our seed
Cultivated on my farm in Alabama
Open-pollinated, and untreated (no fungicides, pesticides, herbicides, etc.)
Regularly tested to ensure they adhere to the strictest germination requirements
I provide comprehensive, in-depth growing instructions