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    Champion Collard Plants
    Champion - Collard Plants
    Our Price: $3.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT

    Champion Collard : Heirloom Non-heading type collard that is dark blue-green with large cabbage-like leaves. A improved "Vates" type, overwintering collard. Plants grow to about 24 to 36" Tall. Bolt resistant and tolerant of temperature extremes it thrives in cool weather. Well known in Southern cuisine. Leaves grow sweeter with fall frosts.
    Georgia Collard Plants
    Georgia - Collard Plants
    Our Price: $3.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT

    Georgia Collard : Heirloom Non-heading type collard that is blue-green with large leaves. Plants grow to about 30 to 36" Tall. Georgia is both heat and cold tolerant and is also slow to bolt. A traditional Southern variety that is great for cooking or freezing. A light frost will actually improve its flavor.
    Morris Heading Collard Plants
    Morris Heading - Collard Plants
    Our Price: $3.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT

    Morris Heading Collard : Heirloom Heading type collard that grows leaves in a head similer to a cabbage. Leaves are medium green in color and tender. Plant grows 18 - 24" tall and is slow to bolt. Great boiled or steamed. A light frost will actually improve its flavor.
    Top Bunch Plants
    Top Bunch - Collard Plants
    Our Price: $3.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT

    Top Bunch Collard : A vigorous Georgia type collard. It is more uniform and has higher yields than Georgia. This Georgia Hybrid variety produces ruffled, blue-green leaves prized for their sweet flavor.
    Vates Collard Plants
    Vates - Collard Plants
    Our Price: $3.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT

    Vates Collard : Heirloom Loose leave type collard that is short stemmed and has rounded thick leaves that are dark green in color. Plant grows to about 32" tall and is slow to bolt. Great boiled or steamed. A light frost will actually improve its flavor. A Southern Standard in collards.