Collards

Collards

Collards

These have been grown in Britain for hundreds of years although more recently the seed has not been widely available. We have selected these varieties to demonstrate their mild flavour, versatility in growth and use and enable you to enjoy them to their full. Why not give them a try.


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Long, broad and tender leaves that develop into a tasty, rich dark green. Try braising with olive oil and garlic and serve with chops for a winter feast. This compact collard, growing to 45cm, is quite winter hardy and suitable for autumn sowing in most areas. It is also bolt resistant for spring sowing. Allow 12-14 weeks for it to reach full size but individual leaves can be picked when younger. Price for 20 seeds

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Smooth broad deep green leaves grow vigorously on this upright plant: making it easy to take repeated cuttings for use as tasty greens. Bolt resistant with a long harvest Price for 20 seeds

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With extremely tender, medium green leaves that are broad and slightly crumpled. These are a more compact variety that form loose heads of short steamed leaves. They are tolerant of heat and cold and very rich in vitamins and minerals. The juicy leaves have a mild cabbage flavour and are delicious boiled, steamed, or as an addition to salads. Allow 11-12 weeks before harvesting from sowing in Spring. In a mild area you can also sow in Autumn. Price for 20 seeds

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