The Georgia Southern Collard is also know as “Creole” and is best grown as a fall crop. Collard Greens thrive in humid and warmer climates. The Georgia Souther is a favored strain as it is slow to bolt and non-heading which makes it great for growing in poor soil conditions and heat. This is high yielding plant and is an excellent source of vitamins A and C. The leaves will grow up to three feet and are easy to prepare alone and go well in any dish calling for cabbage.
Delivery may take up to 3 days
Note: This product is a live plant, and because of this: sizes and plant appearance may vary slightly
Light Preference: Full Sun or half shade
Planting Instructions: Choose a sunny spot in a large pot or in the ground. Prepare the soil by adding compost or worm castings or organic plant food, dig a hole 2 times as big as the melon plant roots, apply mycorrhiza plant food in the hole, water the hole, insert the plant, press the soil around the plant, water the plant.
Shading the plant for a few days helps if it is showing signs of wilting.