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  1. Early Jersey Wakefield

    EARLY JERSEY WAKEFIELD CABBAGE (60-75 days)

    HEIRLOOM 1840 After nearly 170 years, still one of the best picks for a small, early cabbage. The 2-4 pound, pale green, pointed heads have a delicious flavor, few outer leaves and can be planted close together. Resists yellows and splitting. According to the 1930 DM Ferry catalog, "this most excellent variety is the earliest and surest heading". 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  2. GONZALES MINI CABBAGE (F1 hybrid 55 day)

    GONZALES MINI CABBAGE (F1 hybrid 55 day)

    How often do you use the whole cabbage? These early, very firm, softball size heads are just the right size for most cabbage meals, even for a family. Once cut they produce a number of tennis ball sized heads. Naturally they can be planted more closely together than other cabbages. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  3. PRIMERO CABBAGE (F1 72 days)

    PRIMERO CABBAGE (F1 72 days)

    An early, compact cabbage with a deep ruby red color that has a sweet taste, tender texture, and is perfect for a single meal. A very productive variety great for tight space plantings with an average head weight of 2-3 pounds. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.65

  4. Glory of Enkhuizen Cabbage

    GLORY OF ENKHUIZEN CABBAGE (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1800s This variety is described by DM Ferry as a "second early variety", not as early as some, but much earlier than the late varieties. This is named after a coastal town on the Zuidersee in Holland. The round heads run 6-10 pounds and are a lovely dark blue-green in color. The delicious cabbages are vigorous, spreading, and resist splitting. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  5. Tronchuda Cabbage

    TRONCHUDA CABBAGE (85 days)

    Also known as Portuguese Kale. A loose head cabbage that grows bulky, wide, spreading jade green leaves with fleshy white ribs. It has a sweeter and milder flavor than heading cabbage and can be used throughout the whole season by picking the outside leaves. An offbeat vegetable that is not commonly found in stores and would be a great opportunity for a market gardener looking to attract customers with something new. Tollerates heat spells, withstands frost well, and may be over-wintered in temperate regions. Used for the traditional Portuguese Caldo Verde soup. Leaves are great for stuffing and ribs can be used like swiss chard. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  6. BRUNSWICK CABBAGE

    BRUNSWICK CABBAGE (85 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM pre 1880 A mid to late season flattened, drum head type that produces uniform 6 pound cabbages. These flat oval cabbages were equal in popularity to the round ones 100 years ago. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  7. PERFECTION SAVOY CABBAGE (heirloom)

    PERFECTION SAVOY CABBAGE (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM pre 1885 According to the 1936 James Vicks catalog "savoy varieties are almost as tasty as cauliflowers and as this fact becomes known, the demand for seed is increasing year by year." Originated in France. Produces a large, coarsely crumpled head on a 6 to 8 inch stem. There are numerous delicious outer leaves, so give it some space. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  8. MAMMOTH RED ROCK Cabbage (95 days heirloom)

    MAMMOTH RED ROCK Cabbage (95 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1906 According to FB Mills' 1936 catalog: "the largest of the red cabbages and the most sure heading, also the best for pickling". Those good-for-storing cabbages produce 5-8 pound flattened round heads. The color of the leaves is a reddish purple on the outside and right to the core. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

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