Crisp, juicy & sweet
Dependable for salad when weather is too hot or cold for lettuce.
Cabbage likes cool, moist weather, but heavy mulch (and shade from taller crops) can help during midsummer.
Time planting so that heads form either before or after hot summer weather, using floating row covers or cold frames and quick-growing varieties for spring crops. For fall and winter harvest, the slower-growing varieties are hardiest and hold longest without splitting. For best flavor and solid head, insure plenty of food, lime, water, and space. Days given are from transplant, and will vary with the weather.
Brassica oleracea var. capitata / C/Matures 9-16/Harvest 2-4/Yield 96-383/Spacing 15-18”