Growing Collard Greens

When the flowers come on the top of collards are the green leaves still good to eat?

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April 14, 20140 found this helpful

Usually when garden plants flower and bolt, they aren't eaten because they turn bitter. If you don't mind bitter greens, go ahead and eat them.

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