RE: Collard Greens
By all means take a few leaves and enjoy them now but keep the plant going
(some gardeners in our NYC garden keep them going until frost.) A good
friend of mine ( whose family knows from collard greens) insists that they
are sweeter by the end of the season and have special medicinal qualities.
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> Subject: [cg] Collard Greens
> I live in NE Ohio and have attempted to grow Collard Greens this Summer.
> planted them Memorial Day Weekend and they are really big and leafy now,
> I'm not sure exactly when I should pick them to cook. Please advise how
> long I should wait or how they should look before I cook them.
> Ammey L. McNally
> Rubbermaid Home Products
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