- Cuttings of perennial purple tree collards (for rooting)
- Instructions URL (document on the web)
Cuttings will need to be rooted in a sterile media such as coir, peat moss, perlite, sand or mixture thereof (I personally use 50-50 coir-perlite). Tree collard is suitable to USDA Zone 8 and higher or can be grown in colder climates with protection.
These are excellent plants to have on the homestead for their ease: just plant once and enjoy for years. The leaves are very nutritious and are great in many dishes. High in vitamins B1, B2, B9, C and calcium as well as a good source of fiber.
We are a small registered organic farm in Northern California; we use no pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. Check our other listings for more available plants and save on combined shipping :)
Shipments are made promptly via USPS every week day. PO boxes are acceptable but you must ensure timely pickup at your PO
We guarantee your cuttings will root if instructions are properly followed
Free shipping on orders $35+ (Check my other listings)
Thanks for looking :)
5-7 business days
I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
Unfortunately sometimes shipping is not kind to plants but don't worry, just notify me within 48hr of delivery and I can send replacements to you
Yes you can pick up locally (off of Todd Rd south of Santa Rosa). Send me a message to coordinate the pick up and I will refund any shipping costs
I do my best to provide material that matches listing photos but because plants naturally vary, I do not guarantee size of cuttings/tuber/etc
No, sorry. Because of the complexity it adds to my workflow, I cannot delay orders. Please place your order when you are ready for it to be sent
No. Rooting cuttings is generally only for experienced growers with ideal conditions. I do not recommend it for beginners