Harvesting Collard Greens in January

I planted collards the first of September and did not harvest. It is now the middle of January and the leaves have turned a light brown, sorta purple. Are they still good to harvest?

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May 23, 20180 found this helpful

Actually when collards green start purple is because, the sugar started to get into the leaves , better when it turn purples! The cold weather makes them sweeter and they turn to leaves ! I hope this help!

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