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Mixed Cabbage Plants

Image of Cabbage
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Image of Cabbage Savoy
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Brassica oleracea (Capita Group)

  • A mix of 10 different varieties.
  • Can be cropped and eaten all year round if you plan accordingly!

Supplied as compost block grown plants.

Available from approximately Mid March 2018

5 or more £0.55GBPGBP
each. Group & quantity discounts
Qty:
Pollinator Friendly

Here we blend ten different varieties which include Red and Savoy types to ensure you can crop all year round, with different varieties and colours for added interest. Why grow a row of just one variety (that come nearly all at once) when you can spread your harvest for much longer?

Loved by many but hated by most school kids this is a nutritious vegetable that is so beneficial to health and the digestive system, and so versatile.

Try it pickled, boiled (but not to death!), pan fried with butter, stir fried, sweet 'n' sour, or shredded as salad - or try making your own coleslaw with with shredded carrot and mayonaise.

Recommended by the RHS to be an excellent attractant and nectar source for bees and other beneficial insects if allowed to 'go over' and flower (so if you have room leave any plants in that have gone too far rather than pulling them out straight away).

  • For Early Cropping
  • Set out April to May 18" (45 cm) apart in rows 24" (60 cm) apart.
  • Harvest approximately June - September.
  • For Main Cropping
  • Set out June to July 24" (60 cm) apart in rows 24" (60 cm) apart.
  • Harvest approximately August - October.
  • For Winter Cropping
  • Set out July to August 24" (60 cm) apart in rows 24" (60 cm) apart.
  • Harvest approximately November - March.
  • For Over-Wintering
  • Set out September to mid November 18" (45 cm) apart in rows 24" (60 cm)apart under protection - greenhouse, polytunnel or cloche.
  • Harvest approximately February (as Spring greens) - May.
  • Top Tips
  • Do not overfeed winter crops as this makes them more susceptible to frost damage.
  • Protect from pigeons and they like cabbages!
  • Take precautions against the dreaded Cabbage White Butterfly - inspect your crop regularly, spray with our BioFriend Plant Defence or use a physical barrier such as insect netting.
Available from approximately Mid March 2018

Please note: This product is only available in multiples of 5

5 = £0.55
Add 5 to Trug
15 = £0.50
Add 15 to Trug
25 = £0.45
Add 25 to Trug
50 = £0.40
Add 50 to Trug