Southern Georgia collard greens bolting in spring
Garden of Eatin', Vegetables

Collards Gone Wild

When I went away on vacation three weeks ago, I left behind a winter vegetable garden that was starting to fade.

When I returned, I came home to a wild forest of edibles that had grown to unruly proportions with colorful blooms and tall flower stalks shooting up everywhere. My Southern Georgia collard greens had suddenly bolted over 6 feet tall with stems the size of my arm! At least the bees are well-fed now.

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