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Do your kids steal handfuls of raw chopped cabbage off the cutting board when you aren’t looking? Ours do. Heirloom cabbages are crisp, tender, and sweet, in stark contrast to their grocery store cousins. With so many different preparations, cabbages have become a staple of our diet.

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Minimum 200 seeds per packet unless otherwise noted in the product description.

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  • Aichi Chinese Cabbage
    $2.25 Aichi Chinese Cabbage
    70 days.  These barrel headed chinese cabbage are wonderful.  A staple in Asian cuisine, they are the main component of Korean Kimchee, Japanese soups, and Chinese egg rolls.    Minimum of 200 seeds per...
  • Brunswick Cabbage
    $2.00 Brunswick Cabbage
    70 day.  A German heirloom, green, drumhead cabbage.  It makes a good coleslaw as well as sauteed and is also an excellent choice for winter storage as well as for making sauerkraut.   Minimum of 200 seeds...
  • Charleston Wakefield Cabbage
    $2.00 Charleston Wakefield Cabbage
    74 day.  Developed in 1892, this conical headed cabbage has 4-6 pound heads. More heat tolerant than most, this is an excellent variety for Southern gardeners.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet...
  • Copenhagen Market Cabbage
    $2.25 Copenhagen Market Cabbage
    60-70 day.   With it's mid-sized, 2-3 lb cabbages, it is a good choice for both fresh eating and sauerkraut.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.   Thanks to Jeff and Janelle K. of Rome, Maine for the...
  • Cuor di Bue Grosso Cabbage *
    $2.00 Cuor di Bue Grosso Cabbage *
    65-75 day.  An Italian heirloom, it produces small to medium sized, conical heads.  This is the sweetest raw cabbage I've tasted.  It makes excellent coleslaw and sauteed cabbage.  A great short season...
  • Danish Ballhead Cabbage
    $2.00 Danish Ballhead Cabbage
    110 days.  A late season cabbage that holds well in the garden.  It produces large, round cabbages.  It's a good choice for fresh eating, winter storage, and sauerkraut. Minimum 200 seeds per packet...
  • Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
    $2.00 Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
    75 day.  Although it's usually thought of as an early cabbage, Early Jersey Wakefield is also a great choice for a fast late fresh eating cabbage.  It produces conical heads that are compact, so it's a great choice...
  • Filderkraut Cabbage
    $2.00 Filderkraut Cabbage
    90 day.  This is a German heirloom developed for sauerkraut.  It has a large pointed head.  This point is coreless, making it very easy to cut fine shreds for sauerkraut.  It is also very sweet, making...
  • Golden Acres Cabbage
    $2.00 Golden Acres Cabbage
    65 day.  A great choice for small gardens, Golden Acre is a small cabbage with tight, tender heads that are 5-7 inches in diameter.  It is known for it's early production and uniform heads.  A great choice for...
  • Late Flat Dutch Cabbage
    $2.00 Late Flat Dutch Cabbage
    110 day.   This German heirloom produces a very large flat head.  It keeps very well and does best in cool weather.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet...
  • Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage
    $2.00 Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage
    UNAVAILABLE FOR 2014.   100 day.  For those who love red cabbage, this is a great choice.  It produces large, round heads that are flavorful and sweet.  Wonderful as a fresh eating cabbage, it also...
  • Red Cabeza Cabbage
    $2.00 Red Cabeza Cabbage
    75 days.  This popular European cabbage is deep red with white veins.  It has a firm texture and nice flavor. Minimum 200 seeds per packet.
  • Testa Di Ferro Cabbage
    $2.50 Testa Di Ferro Cabbage
    85 day.   A mid-season savoy cabbage also known as Ironhead Savoy.  This is a beautiful little cabbage, with a small head of green crinkly leaves.  It is highly prized for it's great flavor.  It is...