Autumn to Winter Cabbage.€1.75
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.
York or Sweetheart Cabbage€3.50When every little sprout and leaf seemingly has its 15 minutes in the spotlight, the possibility that cabbage is being recognised for its deliciousness, instead of its health benefits or affordability, is unexpected, to say the least. Exceptionally sweet and tender. Cabbage ‘Caraflex F1’ is unique. RHS AGM. Organic Seed.
Early Autumn. Sweetheart Cabbage ‘Ox Heart’
Not all cabbages have the round shape that we usually find on the market. Cuor di Bue Grosso, literally translated means ‘Large Heart of the Ox’, 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)€1.75
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'.
Pointed Headed Cabbage
Heritage (German circa 1700's)€2.35Cabbage ‘Filderkraut’ it is a medium-late pointed cabbage. The point is coreless, making it very easy to cut fine shreds and it has a smooth and somewhat sweeter taste in comparison to other varieties, making it one of the very best sauerkraut or coleslaw cabbages there is. Organic Seeds.
Autumn / Winter Cabbage
Heritage (Dutch, bred in 1899)€1.75
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)€1.75
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.
Savoy Cabbage, Winter Savoy
Heritage (England 1899)€1.75
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.
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.
Savoy Cabbage, Winter Savoy€2.35Savoy cabbage ‘Vertus’ produces heads of finely blistered, dark green ruffled leaves that have a sweet, subtle flavour. This mid-late, frost hardy variety produces cabbages that have the ability to withstand even severe cold weather. Sow April to early June, harvest October to February. Organic Seeds.
Savoy and white cabbage cross.
Heritage (Italy 1900's)€1.75
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)€2.00
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.
Wong Bok or Mandarin Cabbage.
Heritage (China 14th C.)€2.35Chinese or Napa cabbage ‘Granet’ produces large closed heads of crisp, light green leaves. This relatively fast-growing plant is sweet and mild and can be eaten raw in salads or cooked in the usual way. It is also suitable for steaming and for inclusion in the famous fermented Kimchi. Organic Seeds.
Napa cabbage, Mandarin Cabbage.
Heritage (China 14th C.)€2.00
'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€2.00
Out of stock
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, this fast growing variety has become a popular choice for use as a cut and come again salad crop. Also known as Garlic Kale, the small delicious leaves have an excellent flavour, a mild combination of spinach and cabbage.