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Yellow cabbage was first cultivated in the gardens of the Ancient Greeks and Romans, whose farmers preferred leafier varieties of the plant. Cultivars that more closely resemble current collard greens and cabbage emerged as a result of their domestication of the plant. Farmers bred varieties of the adaptable species with more visible roots, leaf buds, and blooming structures over time as they encouraged diverse qualities of the plant.

Yellow Cabbage Collards, also known as Carolina Cabbage Collards, are distinguished from traditional collard greens by their thin leaves, which have finer veining and a yellowish tint to their still-green color.