Purple Tree Collards are a perennial vegetable related to collard greens. They can get over eight feet in height and will continue to grow and produce year after year. They turn darker purple tones in cool months and are lighter green in warm months. They rarely go to seed. They can survive temperatures down to around 20 degrees Fahrenheit. Many people find that the flavor of Purple Tree Collards is superior to traditional collard greens. They are very productive and tend to be more disease and pest resistant. In addition to humans, chickens and ducks love to eat tree collards and their egg yolks will turn a brilliant orange. Like other collard greens, Purple Tree Collards are very nutritious. They are high in Vitamins B1, B2, B9, C, and beta-Carotene and are a great source of fiber.
This is a listing for six rooted vigorous young Purple Tree Collard plants for gardeners who want to skip having to root their own cuttings (which can take a month or longer). They are growing in small 2″ degradable peat pots. You may wish to pot them up in a one gallon container for a week or two upon arrival, but they can be transplanted directly into a garden bed as well. Basic instructions for growing them are included. Please check out our growing guide for more information and videos.
Please note that while we hope that every order we ship thrives in your garden, we cannot be responsible for cuttings that freeze or get cooked in your mailbox or suffer for any other reason outside of our control. Please consider the weather in your region when ordering. We do our best to ensure a safe journey for your plants but cannot be responsible for weather-related damage. If there is a defect with your order please take photos and contact us within 24 hours of arrival. We hope you enjoy your plants!
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