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Bum Dennis Cabbage Collard – 81

Variation in variety. Of 12 plants four are light green, eight are yellow green. Of the yellow green plants, three have purple pigmentation on the petioles. Leaves are orbicular to spatulate in shape and have a slight lobed to dissected outline and wavy margin. Leaves have low to moderate blistering and a semi-prostrate angle. Slight heading capabilities. Plants measure 14-18 inches tall and 28-45 inches wide. Average taste qualities.

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William Moore – 82

Fairly uniform with the exception of 1 plant that is darker green in color and leaves are much more blistered. Leaves are ovate and have a slightly lobed outline and wavy margin. Leaves have high to moderate blistering and an open angle. Above average heading capabilities. Plants measure 9.5-17 inches tall and 23-38 inches wide. Excellent eating qualities. Described as earthy, sweet, and low bitterness.

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Lyda Gibbs – 79

Fairly uniform variety. Three plants have a bit more pigmentation on the tips of the leaves, but this could be from light frost damage. Light green leaves have a lobed outline and toothed margin with low blistering. Leaf angle is open, but leaves are rather straight. Plants measure 12.5-22.0 inches tall and 25-45 inches wide. Plants have light green petioles, but 5 plants have a little purple coloring on the midvein and petioles. Non-heading variety.

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Buddy Brickhouse – 78

This variety looks very much like a kale. Regardless of its identity variation exists. Two plants are extremely ruffled. Five plants are ruffled. The other 5 are more flat leaved. Leaves are spatanceolate in shape (see glossary) with a highly dissected outline and wavy margin. Leaves have very low blistering. Plants measure 12.5-24 inches tall and 31-38 inches wide. Non-heading variety. Very mustardy taste and slightly bitter. Not the best eating qualities. Glossary: spatanceolate: a shape somewhere between spatulate and lanceolate.

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