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Collard Greens Brassica oleracea (acephala)

How to sow collard greens: Direct seed indoors or out. Transplant seedlings outside after hardening off.

Sun requirement for collard greens: Plant in Full Sun

Collard Greens has been planted 7 times by Growstuff members.

Collards are a loose-leafed cultivar of Brassica oleracea. They are members of the Acephala Group of the species, which includes kale and spring greens. Collards have big, thick, slightly bitter leaves that are high in vitamins and minerals. They are a staple of Southern Cuisine and can be eaten boiled, sautéed, baked, or raw.

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Predictions

Annual

living and reproducing in a single year or less

Height

90cm

Spread

30cm

Row Spacing

15cm

Companions

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collard greens is a variety of Brassica oleracea Acephela group

Scientific names

Brassica oleracea (acephala)
Brassica oleracea Acephala group

Alternate names

Dalmatian cabbage

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