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Brassica oleracea


This extraordinary delicate potherb has been mis-identified in the past as “karam saag,” which is a Kashmiri dish made with curried spinach. This plant is not spinach or beet leaves but rather a rare cabbage grown like lettuce and harvested the first year as opposed to biennial like most cabbages. Of all the members of the cabbage family, this is the most delicate and flavorful. The Indian name means “knot cabbage,” which is a local expression rarely found in horticultural dictionaries. We acquired this Indian culinary classic many years ago never realizing just how rare it was. Difficult to find in India, we have it! 


~50 seeds per packet.


Hand processed. Contact us for larger quantities.

Kashmiri Collards (Gaanth Gobi) RARE