collard green

bluedragon2k9(6a)May 15, 2013

I live in zone 6a and was wanting to plant some vates and chmapion collard greens am i to late for these in my zone? i read that they like the cold? are they anyway i can start them indoors some time and then put them out in the fall or someone help thanks

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Usually the best time to plant collards is in later summer for them to mature in fall. I planted mine in late July and the quality was good when they were ready in late September into October.

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