Cabbage - January King | Organic | *NOT AVAILABLE THIS YEAR*
1408-CO(PURPLE/GREEN, LATE) 100-160 days.
We crown this head king of the winter cabbages. Beautiful English heirloom from 1867 with bluish-green leaves blushed with purple. Extremely winter hardy. Mild flavour and wonderful crunchiness. Heads weigh 3–5 lb. Limited Quantity -- Specialty Cabbage!
Cabbage - Red Express | Organic |
1405-CO Brassica oleracea
(RED, EARLY) 65 days from transplant.
I’ll proclaim my bias and state that I prefer red anyway, but Red Express still got me quick! This little guy headed up early in the season and brought us to market with great colour and 3-5 lb heads that customers loved. Better flavour for slaws and salads, and when... more details
Cabbage - Mammoth Red Rock
1404-UT Brassica oleracea
(RED, LATE) 100 days from transplant.
Pretty purple/red flattened heads that firm up later in the season add excellent colour to coleslaw! She’s holding great down in the cellar; we’ll be munching on Mammoth in March. Great open-pollinated storage variety that dates back to 1889.
~300 seeds/gROCHE ROUGE... more details
Cabbage - Golden Acre | Organic |
1403-UT Brassica oleracea
(GREEN, EARLY/SUMMER) 62 days from transplant.
An early, green, round cabbage that heads up quickly on short stems, and with a medium-sized core. Sweet, tender hearts make its flavour a winner. Definitely a summer-slaw variety, as open-pollinated Golden Acre doesn't wait till fall.
~240 seeds/g(Vert/hâtif/d&r... more details
Cabbage - Frigga Savoy
1407-UT Brassica oleracea
(GREEN SAVOY) 86 days from seed.
I’ve grown Frigga for the past few seasons and fell for her easily. Cute, wrinkly, and flattish 6" heads are a vibrant green. Frigga holds through the summer quite well, giving an extended harvest period.
Cabbage - Danish Ballhead
1401-UT Brassica oleracea
(GREEN, LATE/STORAGE) 100 days from transplant.
Introduced by Burpee in 1887, and that same year earning a $10 prize for John Nogle of Plymouth, Ohio, who grew a head weighing 15 lb! Fortunately, the average size is 5-7 lb, heading up in late summer and holding strong as a reliable winter storage variety that's hard... more details