Collards aren’t just for the south anymore–growers in any hardiness zone can and should enjoy these nutritious, tasty greens! This non-heading member of the Brassica plant family produces large, waxy green leaves that are incredibly cold-tolerant, down to 10℉. An easy crop to grow, collards tolerate poor soils and are compact enough to grow in raised beds and containers. Fill out your cool-season garden with treasured heirloom bulk collard seeds like Georgia Southern, Vates, Morris Heading, and Champion. You’ll be cooking the healthiest meals in the neighborhood!