Jernigan Yellow Cabbage Collard
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This faintly sweet, buttery-tasting heirloom collard produces modest heads and light-green to yellow-green edible leaves that are elliptical, lobed, and slightly dangling. Plants measure 17-23″ tall by 32-43″ wide. It hails from Snow Hill, North Carolina, where Nancy and James Jernigan grew it throughout their married life after receiving it from James’ father. Acquired by SSE from the USDA in 2016. 75-80 days.
Spring: sow indoors.
Fall: direct sow just before last frost.