Vegetables Cabbage
Man holding and slicing a head of cabbage from one of Johnny's cabbage varieties.
Cabbage
A nutritious, highly diverse staple for sauerkraut, coleslaw, wraps, and stir-fries, cabbage can be readily stored as whole heads or used for fresh eating, depending on the variety. We offer both green and red, smooth and savoyed leaf types. Our selection criteria include: 1) Delicious, sweet flavor and crisp texture; 2) Small- to medium-size heads; 3) Suitability for close spacing to produce mini cabbage; 4) Densely-packed interiors and extra-short cores for more usable cabbage; and 5) Very good resistance to splitting.
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Mid-early with great flavor and very short core, holds well in field.
Mid-early with great flavor and very short core, holds well in field.
73 Days
Pointed mini with extremely uniform heads and good wrapper leaves.
Pointed mini with extremely uniform heads and good wrapper leaves.
68 Days
Late-season savoy that produces attractive, well-wrapped heads.
Late-season savoy that produces attractive, well-wrapped heads.
89 Days
Mid-term storage variety, produces high-quality heads for sauerkraut.
Mid-term storage variety, produces high-quality heads for sauerkraut.
94 Days
Beautiful red savoy with light green interior leaves, delicious flavor.
Beautiful red savoy with light green interior leaves, delicious flavor.
105 Days
Large pointed cabbage with very tender leaves for sauerkraut and slaw.
Large pointed cabbage with very tender leaves for sauerkraut and slaw.
83 Days
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