- A non-heading type, the Georgia Southern Collards are well liked because of their heat and cold tolerance making them a great choice for many climates.
70 days. Georgia Southern Collard seeds grow cabbage like dark green leaves, with a slightly crumpled texture. These collard leaves are huge and juicy, making them excellent for salads and the like. These seeds grow a non-heading type. The collard heads are both heat and cold tolerant. Their mild cabbage-like flavor will improve after being exposed to a light frost. Georgia Southern Collard is slow to bolt. Each plant grows 2 to 3 feet tall. Collard leaves are high in Vitamin A, B1, B2, and C. This variety is good for freezing and canning Approx.