Georgia Southern Collards Seeds


This packet sows up to 288 feet.

A staple in the South, collards are a nutritious and versatile vegetable that grows in hot or cold regions with ease

'Georgia Southern' has been enjoyed since the 1800s

The large leaves not only make delicious steamed greens, they also make great wraps (a low-calorie substitute for tortillas), and when young, hearty salad greens

Fall frosts make them sweeter, and they may overwinter, as they can survive temperatures down to 20°F

Works great in containers