Louisiana Sweet variety description
Louisiana Sweet variety history
This historic commericial variety is mentioned in “Collards: A Southern Tradition from Seed to Table” on pages 33-34, ‘Louisiana Sweet’ was a breeding project from the Agricultural Experiment Station at Louisiana State University to develop a uniform variety for shipping. ‘Louisiana Sweet’ was developed to have a “deep compact rossette center, leaves with short petioles, and free of purple or red color” according to the 1934 publication “Collards: A Truck Crop for Louisiana.”
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.