Morris Heading Collards
- 80 days. 18"-24" tall.
- Old time Southern favorite. Slow to bolt.
- Tight leaves wrap the center forming a tender semi blanched heart.
- Morris Heading Collards' dark green leaves with lighter veins are tender and delicious.
- Cook fresh picked leaves, discarding the central stem.
Planting Directions: For use through the early Summer months, plant seed during the early months of the year in hotbeds. Cover seed with 1/4” of fine soil, well pressed down. When plants are about 5” high and danger of frost is past, transplant to about 2’ apart each way. A deep rich loamy soil well prepared is most suitable. For Fall and Winter use, plant seed from late spring until early summer in the open ground.