Rejuvenating Your Tree Collards

Tree Collards can be pruned back to just as branch and will sprout new leaves. Here, I pruned back one of our tree collards in early February and you can see how rapidly the new growth comes back below where a cut has been made.

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About bitesizegardens

Master gardener, specializing in small-space water-wise gardening. Other interests include . . . Community volunteering, work-shops, computers, reading, music, hiking, camping and fishing

Posted on February 14, 2015, in Gardening. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Are they permanent plants? They look really handy.

  2. Yes. They are perennial collards – and have the highest calcuim content of all collard greens.

    – BiteSize Gardens

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