Cut Tourmaline throughout the winter and into spring thanks to its excellent cold weather tolerance. Replacing the ever-popular but now discontinued Tarvoy, this attractive, deeply savoyed, dark green cabbage produces compact, delicious heads. Plants also show a high resistance to xanthemonas…
This is a hardy winter cabbage, not even severe frost seems to bother it. The heads of Savoy Cabbage January King are crisp and crunchy with good flavour and the leaf is a conifer-blue colour. Andrew Tokely says: "This variety may have been around for a few years but I don't think it can…
…we discovered this highly frost tolerant variety, which withstood all types of weather. The large, dark blue-green savoy leaves will not discolour by frost. Because of the long standing ability of Savoy Cabbage Siberia, you will be able to enjoy the delicious sweet savoy flavour for many weeks
We've pulled together three superior cabbages so you can get the best from your crop from late summer through to early winter. This collection comprises; 'Sir F1' - offers dense rounded heads on compact plants that stand well in all weathers. 'Minicole F1' - There's…
Shred this 'baby pointed' green and red cabbage duo for a colourful and tasty coleslaw! Also delicious when cooked, they both have a mild, sweet taste. Ideal for cutting as autumn/winter greens or, if spaced closer together, as a semi-heart.
The excellent internal structure gives the tastiest white coleslaw ever, or for shredding raw into winter salads. Has a vigorous plant habit so can be grown in all soil types. Good resistance to early frost damage for extended cutting season into early winter
(Autumn/Winter). Ideal to grow a quality giant cabbage, producing heads up to 65kg (14lbs). Cabbage Brigadier F1 Hybrid is delicious eaten raw, with a high sugar and Vitamin C content, but also excellent when cooked, Stands well in good condition, with Fusarium resistance. Andrew…
This RHS AGM variety produces solid, sweet, crisp heads that are ideal for winter salads. Winter Savoy Cabbage 'Tundra' is high yielding and particularly hardy, so it can be harvested right through the winter. Cabbages are easy to grow being perfectly suited to the British climate, and make…
Outstanding introduction for over-winter production of evenly sized, smooth, dark leaved greens. Very slow to heart, eventually forming compact 250g (8oz) loose heads. Superb winter hardiness and has excellent flavour and bolting resistance
Sweetheart cabbages are becoming increasingly popular in supermarkets during late summer through to winter. Now you can grow your own! Cabbage Caramba has tender, sweet pointed mid-green hearts, ideal shredded raw in salads and coleslaws or delicious as a steamed vegetable
…Sprout Crispus F1 Hybrid - (Autumn-winter) Sow this latest clubroot resistant hybrid variety in the spring for an autumn harvest. Cabbage Kilaton F1 Hybrid - Kilaton has a very high level of clubroot resistance producing quality autumn ballheads with a solid, dense structure…
With our three winter-proof Savoy cabbages you are guaranteed a supply of fresh heads for a full seven months of the year, no matter the weather. This collection comprises: Cabbage 'Noelle F1' Cabbage 'Tourmaline F1' Cabbage 'Tundra F1'
…containers outdoors throughout the summer, and indoors on a windowsill during the winter. Salad Leaves Cut 'nCome Again is ready to cut from 25 days in summer and 50 days during winterMixture contains: Mizuna, Salad Rocket, Red Mustard, Pak Choi, Red Russian Kale, Golden Yellow Chinese Cabbage
A Christmas and overwintered variety producing dark green savoyed heads with winter hardiness and holding ability
…salad leaf mix, colourful and mild tasting, ideal for sowing in containers outside throughout the summer, and inside on a windowsill during the winter. A 'Cut 'nCome Againmix ready to cut from 25 days in summer and 50 days during winterMixture contains : Red Mizuna, Broad Leaf Mizuna, Golden…
…suitable for providing both spring greens or small to medium sized hearted spring cabbage and summer cabbage depending on when you sow it. Cabbage Advantage F1 performs much better than non F1 varieties being more winter hardy and less prone to bursting. From an August sowing will keep well into…
We've pulled together three superior cabbages so you can get the best from your crop from late summer through to early winter. This collection comprises: Cabbage 'Attraction F1' Cabbage 'Minicole F1' Cabbage 'Sir F1'