(B. oleracea) 300 seeds per packet. Cabbage does best in a long
season of mild weather, but it is also very hardy and may be grown
to mature in the cool weather of late autumn. Spring plantings are
best started indoors and transplanted out about the time of last frost;
summer plantings may be seeded right in the garden. We recommend
early varieties for spring planting, longer-season, large-heading
varieties for a fall crop.
Listed by Vilmorin in 1867, this French heirloom was grown in the Saint-Brienc...
90 days. A large drumhead cabbage, very cold hardy. A fall/winter type...
A delicious, pre-1856, French bull-heart type cabbage that has tall, pointed...
Tender, 3 to 4-lb, pointed, oxheart-type heads; very good for home use...
70 days. Introduced in the 1840’s, with tasty, 2-lb, sweet and flavorful,...
90 days. Introduced in 1899 by Sluis & Groot in Enkhuizen, Holland. Has...
Larger than Early Jersey Wakefield (4-6 lbs), and only a little later,...
90 days. A large heirloom cabbage from 1889 with deep red heads that have...
60 days. This loose-leafed cabbage dates back to the early 1800’s at least....
95 days. This large drumhead-type has finely-crinkled, savoyed leaves that...
100 days. The standard, giant flat cabbage that is good for storage. 10...
Newly released open-pollinated red cabbage, the first in many years! Specifically...
The traditional French variety is very rare outside of Europe. Solid, deep-red...