The culture and uses of collards are the same as for cabbage and kale.
He said as 'twas Christmas time he sent you this with the collards there.
Dey just wanted me to forage aroun' and git chickens, collards, taters en anybody's hogs I could git.
In winter dey et sweet 'tatoes, collards, turnips and sich, but I et lak de white folkses.
Little patches of collards, greens an' t'ings, but now I ain't able to do nuttin', jes' hang 'roun' de place here.
Now, when I has a mind to cook some turnips or some collards, I makes dis here boil bread.
English-grown drumhead cabbage seed is utterly worthless for use in this country except to raise greens or collards.
The food of these aborigines consists chiefly of maize, collards, and game.
Most o' de things raised in de garden, was potatoes, turnips, collards and peas.
She said underleaves of collards wus good enough for slaves.