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Harvesting Collard and Mustard Greens

I planted collard greens and mustard in the early summer. Can I pick and cook them now?

By Jane K.

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July 27, 20110 found this helpful

Yes, your plants should be large enough by now. I always select a few leaves from the bottom and add to my salads, or steam the collard greens. Yummmm! You can also start new plants now to harvest throughout the winter months if your zone allows. I live in Zone 7 and have a year-round garden. I actually enjoy the winter garden best, no bugs and a wonderful mixture of greens!

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