Purple Savoy Cabbage

61-65 days. This prized, early-heading Cabbage bestows us with dense, solid orbs that are as beautiful as they are deliciously sweet. Normally growing from 1 to 3 pounds, its blushed purple and pale green heads have artistic, intricately savoyed, crinkled leaves. A photographed star at farmer’s markets, it can get a big head, weighing in at up to 5 pounds. Long-lasting, it can serve as storage Cabbage too! (OP.)

One packet of about 150 seeds
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#1532
$3.95
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  • Information
  • Cabbage is as nutritionally rich as it is versatile; enjoy it in Cabbage rolls, Basque Cabbage soup with white beans and sausage, coleslaw or sauerkraut. Cabbage is best grown as transplants, sown 6 weeks before setting out, 4 weeks prior to the last spring frost date, or in early summer for late fall harvest. Cabbage has a kingly appetite and prefers organically rich, neutral pH (6.5 to 6.8), well-draining soil. Cabbage favors cool weather, growing sweeter after being kissed by frost. Cabbage tastes best harvested when heads are wrapped tightly, in smaller sizes. A member of the Brassica family, Cabbage should be not be grown in the same site as other Brassicas for 4 years. Deer resistant.

    Average seed life: 3 years.
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Cabbage is as nutritionally rich as it is versatile; enjoy it in Cabbage rolls, Basque Cabbage soup with white beans and sausage, coleslaw or sauerkraut. Cabbage is best grown as transplants, sown 6 weeks before setting out, 4 weeks prior to the last spring frost date, or in early summer for late fall harvest. Cabbage has a kingly appetite and prefers organically rich, neutral pH (6.5 to 6.8), well-draining soil. Cabbage favors cool weather, growing sweeter after being kissed by frost. Cabbage tastes best harvested when heads are wrapped tightly, in smaller sizes. A member of the Brassica family, Cabbage should be not be grown in the same site as other Brassicas for 4 years. Deer resistant.

Average seed life: 3 years.
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