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11 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? HUGE!
What are the cons? Cabbage Moths
This cabbage grows to unbelievable sizes in good soil. I started seeds indoors, then transplanted as early as I could. The plants were very tolerant of the early spring cold weather (wet snows and light frost), and the heads ...just..keep..growing! I harvested the last monster in November, and have been fond of boiling the finely cut cabbage in bacon (with some grease), olive oil, x2 bay leaves and 1 bottle of beer!
I had some issues with cabbage moths this year, and hope to remedy the issue next season with a chili powder garlic spray.
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12 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
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Was given free seeds by Baker Creek Seed Co., so I grew one of these cabbages. It weighed 16 pounds and the interior is incredibly dense. What a great cabbage! And this is in our short season, Zone 3 climate.
15 out of 16 people found the following review helpful:
Made a large batch of sauerkraut with these this year and it was delicious. I have grown these for several years and they have always been good, I use them pretty much anyway you can use cabbage, in soups, fried, kraut, and it freezes well also.
11 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
I've planted late flat Dutch cabbage for years, using it in salad, fried, pickled, and sauerkraut. It's a favorite for us and today, January 6, I cooked some and it's still crisp and delicious. Definitely a must for my garden.