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'Pilgram's Cabbage'  

NEW FOR 2014! This is a Mediterranean strain of collard with tender medium green leaves. Common in Portugal, and used to make the national soup, Cauldo Verde, eaten by many every day. Cold hardy to at least 15 degrees F, and well-established plants will perennialize in moderate winter areas. Seedpods are distinctly large and thick, quite unlike our American collards. This was sent to us by friends at Full Circle Farm in British Columbia. The seeds were apparently collected by a friend on a pilgrimage through Portugal.

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