Alabama Blue

Landrace Alabama heirloom collard with beautiful leaf-color variation: green, blue-green, and purple leaves with white, pale green, and plum-colored veins. Smaller leaves than most collards allow the plants to be more closely spaced. Tender, fast-cooking leaves. The plants hold their sweetness even in hot weather. Blue-leaved collards have become difficult to find; Southern Exposure introduced this variety commercially in 2015. 75 days. Original seedstock from Jean Mills.

Available through:

Southern Exposure Seed Exchange

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  1. Dear Sase, Thanks for saving these varieties and legacy of the southern collards. We are extremely interested in becoming a steward. Have plenty of land to set aside , we grow collard spring & fall. Best regards. Leland & Sissy Shanks.

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