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Plant Trading: Looking for Tree Collards

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Richland, MS
(Zone 8a)

June 29, 2004
1:06 PM

Post #930469

I've been reading about a perennial collard that has to be propagated by cuttings as it seldom sets seed. I have seen reports that these Tree Collards sometimes live for 20 years.

Does anybody know anything about Tree Collards, and does anybody know of a source for them?

Kent, WA
(Zone 8b)

October 25, 2009
5:39 PM

Post #7206875

Yes. I have several, and some are from seeds. The one pictured is three to five years old.

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Mullins, SC
(Zone 8a)

October 28, 2009
12:01 AM

Post #7215074

I never knew these existed, so when I read your post I went looking. Very interesting plant! I'm going to have to try these as well. I did find one source for cuttings, seems a bit pricey for three cuttings but I guess when you get one rooted you'll have plenty from then on. S'posed to be very easy to root.

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