Out of Stock
Now sold out for 2018. One of the first releases from the Collard Project, this heirloom variety has been adopted by a group of African-American sorority sisters and Master Gardeners in Winston-Salem, NC. They are carrying on from 79-year-old black farmer William Alexander, who got the seeds from his father. It has a rich, mustardy taste with a touch of sweetness. Leaves are green to dark green. Plants are 15-26 in. tall and 25-40 in. wide. Plants have a slight heading tendency. Flavor is best after a frost. Pkt (1 g).
  • Item # 24115


Brassica oleracea
Please see our Greens Growing Guide for cultural information.
Packet: 2g unless otherwise stated (approximately 600 seeds) sows 55' direct seeded or 230' as transplants.