Seeds of Change Certified Organic Collard

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Seeds of Change Certified Organic Collard
Tender, mild-flavored, blue-green collard leaves which are full of vitamins and antioxidants. Heat tolerant and frost hardy, leaves grow sweeter with fall frosts.

Organic Seed Product Features:

SOW AND GROW: Your own home garden with these organic collard seeds that flourish in soil & goes right to your kitchen ingredients as fresh as can be. Non-GMO & free of chemicals & pesticides.
VEGETABLE GARDEN: Hone your green thumb for these organic vegetable seeds. Plant & watch them grow in gardens, garden beds, pots, planters & more. Grows best outside.
SEEDS FOR PLANTING: These certified organic seeds are pesticide-free & non-GMO. Moisture-proof packets with a resealable zipper keep seeds viable for up to 5 years. Perfect especially for heirloom seeds.
SEED TO PLATE: What began as curiosity about urban farming turned into a passion to reconnect families to food by creating an experience for people to cherish the goodness of nature in their gardens.
ORGANIC GARDENING: Seeds of Change was built on the premise of preserving biodiversity, sustainability, & organic seeds with the promise of making organic foods available to gardeners & farmers since 1989.


100% certified organic
Our seeds are certified organic, free of GMOs, and sourced from trusted growers in the U.S. We are a signer of the Safe Seed Pledge and support agricultural progress that leads to healthier soils, genetically diverse agricultural ecosystems, and healthy communities.
Innovative packaging
Our moisture-proof seed packets feature a re-sealable zipper and help keep seeds viable for up to 5 years. We actively pursue environmental stewardship that includes packaging reduction and sustainable processes at our facilities.
Preserving seed varieties
We are passionately dedicated to preserving the heirloom seed varieties in danger of being lost to the ‘advances’ of industrial agriculture. Today, our catalog features more than 175 varieties of organic vegetable, herb, and flower seeds.
Giving back
A portion of every sale of Seeds of Change products goes toward supporting sustainable community-based garden and farm projects.

Enjoy seed-to-plate organic meals
We believe that the best meals include fresh ingredients from your own garden. When you combine just-picked veggies and herbs with our organic food products, the results are naturally delicious. Looking for delicious inspiration Try this tempting seed-to-plate-recipe.

Grilled Shrimp Gumbo and Grain Salad
Go Cajun tonight with this Louisiana-inspired recipe. In addition to traditional gumbo ingredients-like Cajun seasoning and okra-the Horseradish-French dressing provides even more deliciousness.
Prep Time: 20 minutes Cooking Time: 35 minutes
Serves: 6.
1. Heat grill for medium-high heat. Make Horseradish-French Dressing, set aside.
2. In 1-gallon resealable bag, toss okra, peppers, and onion with 1 tablespoon oil and 1 teaspoon Cajun seasoning.
3. Place grill basket over direct heat; add vegetables. Cover and grill 4 to 6 minutes, stirring once, until beginning to soften.
4. In same resealable bag, toss shrimp with remaining oil and Cajun seasoning.
5. Add to vegetables in grill basket. Cover and grill 4 minutes longer, stirring once or twice, until shrimp are pink and vegetables are crisp-tender. Remove from grill.
6. In large bowl, toss Seeds of Change Quinoa & Brown Rice with Garlic with grilled vegetables, shrimp, and Horseradish-French Dressing.
7. Serve at room temperature or cover and refrigerate up to 4 hours.
Horseradish-French Dressing.
Blend or whisk all ingredients until combined.
Horseradish-French Dressing (recipe below)
1/2 pound fresh okra, stemmed, and cut lengthwise in half
2 medium bell peppers, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 medium red onion, cut into 8 wedges
2 tablespoons vegetable oil, divided
2 teaspoons Cajun seasoning, divided
1 pound medium shrimp, peeled and deveined
1 package (8.5 ounces) Seeds of Change Quinoa and Brown Rice with Garlic
Horseradish-French Dressing
1/4 cup salsa
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 teaspoons honey
2 teaspoons prepared horseradish
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1/4 teaspoon salt
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Description Tender, mild-flavored, blue-green leaves; rich in vitamins & antioxidants; heat-tolerant/frost-hardy, leaves grow sweeter with fall frosts Uniform, slow-to-bolt, classic variety; concentrated flavor & sweet fragrance; fantastic for seasonings, salads, garnishes & pesto Beautiful pale yellow skin & thick necks; sweet, flavorful white flesh; high yielding; uniform shape; disease resistant;s well This medicinal herb is a garden essential and a classic culinary treasure; strong & aromatic; widely used in intl cuisine & as a remedy for colds & flu Deep red, glossy skin & firm, pinktinged internal rings; mildly pungent flavor; perfect for salads, salsas & drying; medium storage Sweet delicate flavor & beautiful, tight pink skin; bulbs have high shoulders and firm flesh that taper almost to a heart shape
Size 3′ 14″20″ 12″24″ plants; 4″6″ bulbs 10″15″ 4″5″ bulbs 12″18″ plant; 4″5″ bulbs
Water Needed Moderate Moderate Ample Moderate Ample Moderate
Sunlight Needed Full Full Full Full Full Full
Ease Level Easy Easy Easy Easy Easy Easy
Days to Harvest 65 70 115 90 110 115
Container Planting Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes





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