Cabbage has gotten a bad rap in the past. but we now know that cabbage is low in fat and calories, and a good source of Vitamin A, B6, C and K, as well as anti-oxidants. Versatile cabbage can be eaten raw in salads and coleslaw, cooked or used for kraut or Kim Chi. Cabbage: it's not just for that horrible cabbage soup diet anymore!

Approximately 120,000 seeds per lb. 1/4 oz. is needed for a 100 foot row, 5 lb. per acre.

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Cabbage, Danish Ballhead

Slightly flattened, solid, round head with short stem. Keeps well.

Cabbage, Early Jersey Wakefield

Heirloom variety. Dark green, cone-head type cabbage. Averages 2 to 3 lb. each.

Cabbage, Golden Acre Early

Round, 6" to 7", medium green heads with white interior.

Cabbage, Late Flat Dutch

Large, drum-shaped heads. Blue-green outer leaves with white interior.