Yellow variety description
Uniform variety with yellow-green leaves and light green to purple stems. Elliptic leaves have a dentate margin, low blistering, and are slightly drooping. Plants have a slight heading capability. Plants measure 15-24 inches tall and 30-40 inches wide. Average taste qualities.
Yellow variety history
From Brice Elvington of Fair Bluff, North Carolina, who received this collard from his father-in-law, Wilbur Cole, a life-long gardener and seed saver. In 2006, Brice gave seeds to Dr. John Morgan, a cultural geographer and professor of geography at Emory & Henry College, who was collecting heirloom collard strains for preservation on behalf of the USDA Accession. Seed Savers Exchange requested this variety in 2016 from the USDA Accession collection (G 32763).
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.