(Brassica oleracea capitata). Sow as recommended under individual description, transplanting 6 - 8 weeks later, 60 cm apart within rows. Feed well with animal manures before planting out. 280 - 350 s/g
Cabbage GREEN VARIETIES
Small sweet conical heads are cut from this reliable “Spring” cabbage. Sow early autumn and late summer (cold), into late autumn and winter in warm areas. Quick maturing.
Quick maturing Mini Cabbage with heads 1 to 1.5 kg. Best sown October to January.
Excellent medium to large heads that hold well after maturity. Sow June to February (cold): AYR in temperate areas and December to May in the tropics. Resists Black Rot.
Adaptable round headed variety with heads to 1 kg. Can be sown all year round.
Dark green savoyed leaves and solid heads make this an outstanding variety. Heads hold well after first being ready. Excellent eating. Sow September to March (cold): AYR in other areas. Matures 10 - 12 weeks from transplanting.
An open pollinated Savoy type with heavily blistered dark green leaves, Heads typically 2 to 3 kg each. Reliable. Best sown October to January.
Cabbage COLOURED VARIETIES
Similar to Mini White, this attractive red variety can also be sown year round, producing small 1kg heads.
Tight attractive medium sized heads, (typically 17 to 20 cm across). Best sown from mid winter through to mid January. Packets only.
A lightly savoyed cabbage with red/green leaves. Heads to 4 kg. Best sown late summer and autumn. Maturity around 3 ˝ Months.