Plants have continuous variation in leaf toothing and blistering, but all leaves are light green with light green stems. Leaves are highly lacerate and have a wavy to dentate margin. Leaves tend to curve upward. Plants are semiprostrate and have moderate heading capabilities. Plants measure 14-20 inches tall and 33-50 inches wide. Mild mustard flavor and slightly sweet.
History: Acquired by Seed Savers Exchange in 2016 from the USDA collection (G 32760). This variety was collected on behalf of the USDA by Dr. John Morgan (professor of geography at Emory & Henry College) in 2006 from Mayo McLamb of Nakina, North Carolina. Mr. McLamb has grown and saved seeds of this variety for several decades. His grandfather, Morris Long, was reputed to have developed this collard early in the 20th century.