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Organic Ellen Felton Dark Collard, pre-1935 heirloom Organic Ellen Felton Dark Collard, pre-1935 heirloom In Stock

Organic Ellen Felton Dark Collard, pre-1935 heirloom

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Organic Ellen Felton Dark Collard is back in stock with just a handful of seed packs. Order today to get yours.  Seed Exchange - A favorite of Seed Savers Exchange staff! This heirloom collard dates to at least 1935 and produces green, elliptical, tender leaves with a sweet, slightly fruity taste. The plants measure 15-22" tall by 22-35" wide and fare well in low temperatures. It was originally grown by Ellen Felton of Beaufort County, North Carolina, and acquired by SSE from the USDA in 2016. 60-80 days.  Organic From the Seed Savers Exchange Collection 150 seeds   On a Mission This...

Organic Old Timey Blue Collard, pre-1890 heirloom Organic Old Timey Blue Collard, pre-1890 heirloom In Stock

Organic Old Timey Blue Collard, pre-1890 heirloom

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Seed Exchange - Donated to SSE in 1989 by Ralph Blackwell of Alabama. Ralph's family grew this variety for over a hundred years and his mother used it to make a dish similar to sauerkraut. Plants grow to 2' tall with blue-green leaves and purple stems/veins. Very good eating qualities. 60-80 days. Organic Plants grow to 2 feet tall Blue-green leaves with purple stems & veins Very good eating qualities 60-80 days   Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors 3 months before the last frost or sown inside for an early summer harvest.  If sowing indoors, start 6-8 weeks before the last frost...

Georgia Southern Collard, 1880 heirloom Georgia Southern Collard, 1880 heirloom In Stock

Georgia Southern Collard, 1880 heirloom

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Organic Ellen Felton Dark Collard is stock with just a handful of seed packs. Order today to get yours.  Seed Exchange - Historic collard first released around 1880. Slow to bolt and tolerant of heat, cold, and poor soil. Non-heading plants grow 2-3 feet tall with large cabbage-like blue-green leaves that are tender, mild, and juicy. 60-80 days. ±8,400 seeds/oz. (Brassica oleracea) (aka Georgia, Creole, Southern)  Tender, mild, and juicy Grows 2-3 feet tall Slow to bolt Tolerates heat, cold, and poor soil 80 days   Instructions - Sow seeds outdoors 3 months before the last frost or sown inside for an early...

 

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