This year, I am hoping to grow more greens than before. The ones that I planted last year didn't even sprout. I think that either the squrrels or the birds got the seeds, and then the spring rains washed the rest away. Whatever happened, they didn't grow. So, now I am starting the seeds inside. I have some of those explanding peat pellets, and started beets and the rainbow swiss chard and spinach in the house. So far, they are an inch or two tall, and looking good; sso once the rain settles down, I should be able to move them outside before long. I looked on eBay, and found collard greens, dinosaur kale, and red mustard greens and have ordered a packet of each of those. Both the kale and the mustard greens are supposed to get 2-3 feet tall, and the collards should be about the same, from what Bobby told me about growing them. I intend for the greens to be ornamental in the yard, as well as edible, and will plant more for a fall crop if all goes well with the spring ones. I am excited about the dinosaur kale, it is dark green, wrinkly, and actually looks kind of prehistoric.