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Outstanding field performance. Bravo cabbage, a rugged hybrid, has performed well from the Deep South in winter to the North in summer. The large, round cabbage heads are uniform and a beautiful blue-green color. Use close spacing (10-12 in.) for market and wide spacing (18-24") for sauerkraut. Also available as plants through our Exclusive 51 Strip Vegetable Plant Program! Save space, time, and cost with pre-started plants! These large plugs can be transplanted directly into the field after…

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Blue Lagoon is a beautiful early cabbage. This Harris Moran introduction produces globe-shaped heads that have an attractive blue green color, adequate wrapper, and excellent holding ability. The interior is solid with a medium-length, slender core, and has good color. 3-5 lb. cabbage heads are produced on low growing, compact plants. Resistant to fusarium yellows. Also available as plants through our Exclusive 51 Strip Vegetable Plant Program! Save space, time, and cost with pre-started…

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100 days. The Danish Ballhead cabbage heirloom was produced in 1887. The seeds are ideally sown for a Fall garden, growing into blue-green cabbage heads. A cold-hardy plant that can withstand cooler temperature. Danish Ballhead Cabbage seed produces heads that are approximately eight inches in diameter, having a very sweet and delicate flavor. These heirloom ballhead seeds are an excellent addition to a vegetable gardener's treasure trove. Seeds available in several sizes ranging from bulk…

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Golden Acre cabbage is a crop that can be grown in a wide variety of climates and is resistant to yellowing diseases. The hardy plants grow fast and produce heads five to seven inches in diameter. The flavor is wonderful, sweet and delicate. Perfect for Spring sowing but also great for Fall. Harvest the heads after about 65 days when they firm up. Not a storage type. Brassica oleracea var. capitata Days to Harvest: 65 6-12 hours of Sun Sprouts in 7-10 Days Ideal Temperature: 50-75 Degrees F…

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Heirloom 1840. After nearly 170 years, still one of the best picks for a small, early cabbage. The 2 to 4 pounds, 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 PLANTING Brassica oleracea Germination: 7-12 days Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 65-85ºF. Seed Sowing Depth…

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