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  • cabbage amarant

    Cabbage, Amarant (Organic)


    Brassica oleracea. 75-90 days. Gorgeous, early, dark red cabbage with dense, compact heads. Good crunchy and juicy texture. Outer leaves have a lovely silver shimmer that seems to deter aphids, helping this variety to perform well even under high summer temperatures that typically stress out other Brassicas. A good selection for early and main season…

  • Chieftain Savoy Cabbage

    Cabbage, Chieftain Savoy (Organic)


    Brassica oleracea. 90-120 days. A great open pollinated Savoy cabbage that was once a standard and is now very hard to find. Great for late summer and autumn rotations. More tender and sweet than many of the modern European Savoy hybrids, though not as winter hardy. Produces vibrant green heads that average 4-6 lbs. A…

  • January King Cabbage

    Cabbage, January King (Organic)


    Brassica oleracea. 160-210 days. January King certainly reigns supreme amongst winter cabbages. Beautiful purplish plants form light green winter savoy type heads with purple outer leaves. When growing for our winter CSA, we relied on this variety for its firm, semi-flat, well-filled, 3-5 lb heads from January into March. We sourced several strains with a…

  • Organic Primax Cabbage Seed
    Organic Primax Cabbage Seed

    Cabbage, Primax (Organic)


    Brassica oleracea. 60 days. Our all-time favorite summer cabbage. Primax cabbage dependably produces firm, round, pale green heads that range in size from 2-4 lbs – just the right size for our kitchen. We also love it because it manages to be both crisp and tender at the same time, and it holds well in…

  • Winter King Savoy Cabbage

    Cabbage, Winter King Savoy (Organic)


    Brassica oleracea. 120-180 days. Large, dark green heads have that classic savoy crinkled texture and sweeten up nicely after frost. We like to eat savoy cabbage stir-fried or simply braised in butter. The thicker outer leaves make great cabbage rolls. During our winter CSA days we became obsessed with cold hardy cabbage. After trialing dozens…