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Brassica oleracea
CABBAGE-COLLARDS CHAMPION if started in the early spring or autumn, collards will produce copious amounts of greens from spring through late autumn. Champion is quite a cold hardy & with some protection, plants will survive the winter & provide early spring baby greens & collard raab (flowering stalks). Sometimes collards will become perennial if flowering stalks are removed from plants in spring or early summer Collards develop sweetness as the weather turns cooler in autumn. Highly nutritious. Prepare collards like kale—harvest younger, tenderer leaves, remove stems and chop small. Collard is closely related to Kale.


Germination Time (Days) 5 – 10
Maturity Time (Days) 60 – 120
Sowing Depth (mm) 6
Plant Spacing (cm) 30 – 50
Row Spacing (cm) 40 – 70
pH 6 – 7.5
Soil Temperature (°C)
Hardy / Frost Tender Hardy
Sow Direct / Raise Seedlings Sow Direct
Seed Preparation