Green Glaze variety description
An interesting collard with glossy green leaves, but off-type plants with non-glossy, dull leaves are very common. Plants measure 18-30″ tall and 33-55″ wide. Elliptic, thick leaves have a rounded apex and measure 16-22″ long and 9.75-12.5″ wide. Leaf stems are narrow and light green.
Green Glaze variety history
Donated to SSE by William Woys Weaver (PA WE W) who acquired the variety from Southern Exposure Seed Exchange of Virginia. A variety by this name is described by American horticulturist, Fearing Burr, in his 1863 book “Field and Garden Vegetables of America.”
D-pack means that the seeds are available through the Seed Savers Exchange. Regeneration project are underway with some varieties to build up enough sharable seed stock. We are actively looking for more seed stewards willing to regenerate and steward these varieties. Please get in touch if you are interested.