COLLARDS-CHAMPION

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Reference: SKU17515

Champion is the earliest collard maturing in 60 days. Collards belong to the cabbage family and look similar to Kale or cabbage but with no head formed. The leaves are a rich blue green colour and should be harvested individually, like kale rather than cut at the base like a cabbage. The leaves are produced all year round 

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Champion is the earliest collard maturing in 60 days. Collards belong to the cabbage family and look similar to Kale or cabbage but with no head formed. The leaves are a rich blue green colour and should be harvested individually, like kale rather than cut at the base like a cabbage. The leaves are produced all year round but taste best in cooler months. Collards contain multiple nutrients with potent anticancer properties. The leaves can be cooked as you would cook, Kale, Cabbage or Silverbeet. Collards eaten widely in USA and common in Europe. They are eaten with nearly every meal in Kashmir. The roots of collards are often cooked for use in stirfries and soups. Sow the seeds Sept -Mar in Cool and Temperate climates and from Mar-July in both Tropical and Subtropical regions. Plant the seeds 0.5-1cm deep about 20-30cm apart in rows 40-60cm apart. Ensure the soil is well composted and moist throughout the growth of the plant as it is fast growing. It will mature in 42 days with baby leaves available in just 28-30 days.

QTY 120 seeds

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SKU17515
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