Three freshly cut stems for rooting into new plants. Bury half of each stem into good potting soil and compost. Keep the soil moist until the cuttings root and start growing new shoots. These are perennial and can be grown for a few years without replanting.
Purple Tree Collard Cuttings - Set of 3
Purple tree collards can be grown in USDA zones 8-10. When the plants get too tall, they can be cut back and they will regrow. The stems that are cut back can also be used as cuttings to start new plants.