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Tree collards

Posted by golfer_2008 7 (My Page) on
Mon, May 19, 14 at 14:48

Anyone tried to grow TC in Ga. If so, what is a good source for starts?


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RE: Tree collards

Never had any interest in growing it, but it should grow in Georgia especially at higher elevations. More common names are Walking Stick cabbage, Jersey kale, Walking Stick kale. Seeds are hard to find in the US but all the UK vendors carry them them.

Here is a link that might be useful: Walking stick kale

RE: Tree collards

We have one growing in Zone 8 in GA. We ordered three starts online from Bountiful Gardens. Squirrels dug up two of them, but we've managed to keep one alive for over a year now. It's about 3 feet tall.

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