Sun: Full Sun/Part Shade ◾Harvest Size: 10 to 18 inch leaves ◾Days to Harvest: 60 to 80 ◾Plant Size: 2 to 3 feet tall and wide A beloved staple in Southern kitchen gardens, vitamin-rich collards are a non-heading member of the cabbage family. The Georgia Hybrid variety produces ruffled, blue-green leaves prized for their sweet flavor. Plant in early spring or late summer for a fall and winter crop. Collards tolerate frost, and in fact, a little frost makes them even sweeter. Plant Spacing: 18-24 inches apart in rows 36 inches apart, or 12 to 15 apart in intensive gardens. Plants Per Person: 2 to 4 for fresh; 6 to 8 yields extra for freezing.