Posts Tagged ‘collards’

Focus on Collards

Collards grow well in the Seattle area so it’s one of those fail safe crops that I plant every year.  To get a good yield enrich your soil with some compost and manure then sow your seeds once the soil has warmed.  I often start these indoors then plant them out to get a jump on […]

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By Garrett Okrasinski My collard greens have always been awkward. Ever since they sprouted they were either leggy, crooked or had small leaves. I have tried everything to straighten and fatten them up, but I eventually grew to love their “character”. They fed me throughout late summer and fall, tasting better as the frost came. […]

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