Autumn to Winter Cabbage.
Cabbage Brunswick is a fine flavoured, popular old variety. Cold hardy and drought tolerant It can be sown early and grown to huge proportions but is more usually sown in March to May for harvesting August to October. Used in soups or stews, made into sauerkraut or coleslaw.
Early Autumn. Sweetheart Cabbage ‘Ox Heart’
Heritage (Italian)$2.73Not all cabbages have the round shape that we usually find on the market. Cuor di Bue, meaning ‘Heart of the Ox’, is a cultivar with a beautiful conical shape, large, firm, pointed hearts and sweet compact heart, and looking at its glorious shape ‘Ox Heart’ is the perfect name for it
Early Spring. York or Sweetheart Cabbage
Heritage (English circa 1850)$1.54
Probably one of the most well known and reliable spring cabbages, Cabbage Durham Early produces dark green, medium-sized conical heads with good texture and tasty flavour. You can start harvesting particularly early in the season, and for delicious tender 'spring greens'.
Sweetheart Cabbage$2.73Cabbage ‘Advantage F1’ is an enormously versatile new variety, suitable for providing both spring greens or hearted spring cabbage and summer cabbage. Sow March to September for summer and autumn crops, and October to overwinter.
Cabbage 'Winter Jewel' is a great spring cabbage, an outstanding introduction for overwinter production of evenly sized, smooth, dark leaved 'greens'. It has fantastic disease resistance giving a consistent crop throughout the year, left to mature it produces a head which can be eaten like a sweetheart cabbage.
Autumn / Winter Cabbage
Heritage (Dutch, bred in 1899)
A traditional autumn maturity variety, Cabbage ‘Glory of Enkhuizen’ is an excellent variety that was originally bred in 1899. The medium-large, hard round heads are light green in colour, used in slaws, salads, soups and stir fries, it is a good keeper, ideal for storage, and for kraut.
Heritage (Denmark, Pre 1927)$1.89
Golden Acre is an excellent early summer variety ball head cabbage. With small to medium-sized green solid heads on compact plants. Ideal for confined areas, it can be grown at 30cm spacings. This heritage variety gives excellent small heads of first rate quality and flavour.
Summer. Pointed, York or Sweetheart Cabbage$1.54Appropriately named, Greyhound is one of the earliest summer cabbages and a reliable old favorite. Very fast growing with a yield of mild flavoured tender juicy hearts. Well suited to successional sowing. Sow from February to July, crops will be ready for cutting from June to October.
Heritage variety (French 1800's)$1.75Cabbage 'January King' is one of the best varieties for winter use. With their characteristic blue-green leaf colour with a red tinge they are well adapted, withstanding frost and winter rain and remain crisp and crunchy with excellent colour.
Late Summer to Autumn$2.24
Cabbage 'Kalibos' is a pointed cabbage variety with distinctive red leaves. For late summer and autumn cutting. A delicious cabbage that has a high sugar content, making it the perfect variety for shredding raw into salads for superb sweetness, crunch and colour.
Autumn / Winter Cabbage, Marner Lagerrot$2.45
Out of stockCabbage 'Marner Large White' is a popular white ball cabbage. Sown February to April, for harvesting from late summer, it produces large, solid heads with tightly packed leaves. Sow February to April, for harvesting late summer to autumn.
Savoy Cabbage, Winter Savoy
Heritage (England 1899)$1.75
Out of stock
Savoy cabbage ‘Ormskirk’ is a very old heritage variety, it gives a fine head of cabbage, solid in the centre with deep blue-green outer crinkly leaves and a pale green centre. It matures from November and can be harvested through to March and beyond.
Early Summer, Ball Head Cabbage.
A very well known and trusted variety, Cabbage Primo II produces solid 'ball head' cabbage. Sown from March onwards they are ready summer though early autumn. The round, medium sized heads are produced on neat compact plants. Delicious steamed, raw in salads or used for delicious, homemade coleslaw.
Autumn / Winter Cabbage
Cabbage ‘Red Drumhead’ is a popular deep red heirloom variety which produces densely packed leafy heads with dark red, solid hearts in late summer through to Christmas. This old hardy variety from the 1860s is easy to grow, stores well and is remarkably tasty and sweet.
Autumn / Winter Cabbage
Out of stockCabbage ‘Red Drumhead’ is a popular deep red variety which produces densely packed leafy heads with dark red, solid hearts in late summer through to Christmas. This old hardy heirloom variety is easy to grow, stores well and is remarkably tasty and sweet.
Red Drumhead Cabbage$1.89
Cabbage 'Tête Noire'is the traditional French variety of red cabbage. Sown March to May for harvesting from August though to November, this round-headed variety reliably produces dark purple heads that are crisp, crunchy and sweet.
Savoy and white cabbage cross.
Heritage (Italy 1900's)$2.03
Cabbage 'Violaceo di Verona' is a winter Savoy cabbage from Northern Italy. A cross between a savoy and a white cabbage, with dark green and violet leaves. Frost hardy and and long standing it can be harvested from July until mid-winter with successional sowings.
Spring. York or Sweetheart Cabbage
Heritage (English circa 1844)$1.33
Cabbage ‘Wheelers Imperial’ is a traditional heritage variety that produces solidly pointed layers of dark green leaves which form compact, heart shaped heads. Although a Victorian variety, it remains one of the best varieties for autumn sowing to stand the winter for harvesting in spring.
Pointed, York or Sweetheart Cabbage$1.75'“Wintergreen Offenham 3' is a very popular variety, it has proven itself as an excellent variety for early season cabbages. Extremely hardy, these faster-maturing spring greens are ideal for utilising redundant polytunnel space over the winter months. RHS AGM.
Heritage (China 14th C.)$1.33 As low as: $1.06
'Michihili' is a softer, loose leaf form of Chinese Cabbage. It has dense, narrow leaves with a deeper green outer colour with lighter green interior leaves with wide, flat white ribs. It produces a cylindrical, leafy head of 40cm long, a little more akin to a large romaine lettuce than to our familiar cabbages.
Napa cabbage, Mandarin Cabbage.
Heritage (China 14th C.)$1.75
'Wong Bok' is a tender, sweet tasting, hearted-type of Chinese cabbage. Growing this fast growing cabbage is simplicity itself. Plant the seeds, stand back and once the secondary leaves appear you are a mere 30 days away from mealtime. This vegetable growing season promises to be very rewarding.
Mountain Cabbage Tree$2.31
Cordyline indivisa is a rare and beautiful high altitude species from New Zealand. This attractive and distinctive species is rarely cultivated, but is occasionally offered by specialist nurseries. It can be distinguished from all other Cordyline species by its very broad blue-grey leaves
Texsel Greens is an unusual vegetable that provides an incredibly tender, smooth-textured salads and sauté greens. Fast growing, it has become a popular choice for use as a cut and come again salad crop. The small delicious leaves have an excellent flavour, a mild combination of spinach and cabbage.