Yellow Cabbage Collard variety description

Continuous variation in planting. Leaf color ranges from yellow-green to light green to medium green (one plant). One plant has a much more prostrate habit and has much more conspicuous venation throughout leaf blades. A few plants have light purple pigmentation on leaf petioles. Plants measure 12-26 inches tall and 24-44 inches wide. Plants are semi-prostrate and have slight heading capabilities. Average taste qualities and has a mustard type spice to it.

Yellow Cabbage Collard variety history

From Ed Bullock of Elm City, North Carolina, who has grown this variety for a number of years and also sells seeds and plants to local farm supply stores. In 2005, Ed 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 32751).

Seed Status:

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.