1403 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.
~ 300 seeds/g
(Vert/hâtif/d’été) 62 jours après repiquage. Un chou vert hâtif et rond qui se dévoile rapidement sur une courte tige, avec un trognon de taille moyenne. Son cœur sucré et tendre donne une saveur inoubliable. Celui-ci complètera votre salade de chou en plain été, quand elle est à son meilleur, car la tête de cette variété de pollinisation libre a tendance à se fendre plus tard dans la saison, vers l’automne
Cabbage - Red Express
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 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 GI... more details
Cabbage - Frigga Savoy
1407 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 - Early Jersey Wakefield
1402 Brassica oleracea
(GREEN, EARLY/SUMMER) 63 days from transplant.
The first pointy-headed character to grace Hope Seeds’ gardens and catalogue! Originating in England in the early 1800s, it became popular on this continent with market and home gardeners when introduced by Peter Henderson in 1868. Heads are a tight, conical 2-3 poun... more details
Cabbage - Danish Ballhead
1401 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 to... more details
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