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Purple Tree Collard Seeds, 50 Seeds #adThe Clayton Farm #ad
- Packed in 3 x 4 inch seal-able bag. Packet contains 50 seeds hand-packed with care. Seed pack may contain dried, weighless, pieces of purple tree collard debris.
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3 Cuttings of Perennial Purple Tree Collard #adThe Clayton Farm #ad
- Organially grown. Cuttings hand-packed with care. Perennial. Shipped in sealable zip lock bag with moist organic material.
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1 Rooted Perennial Purple Tree Collard Or Starters from Seeds #adThe Clayton Farm #ad
- Organically grown, Perennial. Rooted plant hand-packed with care. Shipped in sealable zip lock bag with moist paper towel. May be cut to fix in the shipping box.
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Heirloom, Collard Green Seeds, Georgia Southern, Non GMO Vegetable Garden Seeds 300 Seeds #adPAPCOOL #ad
- This is a frost tolerant variety that grows vigorously and readily, yielding large, dark-green leaves with a cabbage-like flavor! Harvest in 60-75 days. Fresh seeds packed by Papcool Nursery.
While you can grow them at home, and in-home gardens, in pots, stews, they became easy to get clean and fresh vegetables for cooking soups, and dishes right in your homes. Germination rate > 80%. Rich in flavor, texture, collard greens are an essential part of Southern cooking.
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100+ Giant Collard Georgia Southern Seeds Herb Collards Heirloom Non-GMO from USA #adHarley Seeds #ad
- 65-70 days. Giant collards georgia Southern Seeds. Soil temperature for Germination: 60-70F. Slow to bolt. Keep moist, not letting the seeds dry out between watering. Biennial. Heat and cold tolerant.
They get hugE! Non-heading type. Good freezing and canning variety. Huge, Tasty. Mild cabbage-like flavor improves with light frost. Planting Depth: 1/4". Zones: 4-10 The biggest challenge you will be presented with by these collards is keeping up with them.
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Great for Emergency Bugout Survival Gear 35 Varieties Seeds for Planting Vegetables 35 Free Plant Markers Gardeners Basics, Survival Vegetable Seeds Garden Kit Over 16,000 Seeds Non-GMO and Heirloom #adGardeners Basics #ad
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All non-gMO and heirloom varieties. Complete growing and harvesting instructions included on every packet. Guarantee - we know you'll love your survival garden seeds, but if for any reason you're not, please contact us. Complete gardening kit for growing your home garden.
It makes excellent gifts for moms, dry place in its water resistant packaging. In the event of seed shortages, substitutions may become necessary. Great for beginners and seasoned gardeners alike. Our survival pack includes lettuce, and more.
Easy - varieties picked by a gardener for easiness in most growing conditions. Usa - seed bank grown, adults and gardening gifts for men. Perfect for indoor garden and hydroponics growing system. Professional - packed in seed packets, not plastic bags: plastic bags can harbor mold and ruin vegetable seeds. Assortment - 35 easy to grow vegetable varieties and over 16, peppers, tomatoes, broccoli, beans, peas, carrots, onions, beets, squash, zucchini, 000 seeds.
7. Zellajake Farm and Garden #ad
Georgia Southern Collard Greens Bulk Florida! #29 1000 Seeds, or 1/8 oz #adZellajake Farm and Garden #ad
- How to grow: collard Greens can be planted 3 to 4 weeks before last frost. These grow very well in florida, Mississippi, Texas, Alabama and Georgia! Latin name: Brassica spp. Rows should be 20" to 24" apart. It's rich in vitamins and excellent for cooking or freezing.
Keep the soil moist but not soggy until the seeds germinate. The plants produce large open heads of thick blue-green flavorful leaves. After germination, water as needed. Collards greens georgia southern seeds || FREE SHIPPING || NON GMO.
Plant date: 3 - 4 weeks before last frost germination: 7 - 14 days spacing: 12" - 14" Crop time: 75 Start from: Seeds Container grow-able: No Pests: Cabbage worms Lighting:sun Water:low. Harvesting: harvest leaves starting at the bottom of the plant any time they are large enough.
The bed: add a fresh layer of rich compost to the top soil, then till or spade the bed to loosen the soil and work in the compost. Plant seed 1" deep, spaced 3" apart. Being a cabbage relative it tolerates cool weather well. Thin or transplant seedlings 12" - 14" apart after the fourth set of true leaves appear. Rake level. Collard greens plants can be lightly mulched to conserve moisture and to cool the soil.