Red cabbage can be stored, as it belongs to late varieties. It develops firm, compact, round, medium large heads of beautiful, intensely red leaves that are rich in vitamins and minerals. Red cabbage heads can be successfully stored for a long time – they will survive the whole winter in great condition in a cold cellar. Crispy, juicy leaves taste great cooked, steamed or fried.Seeds of the variety offered here are sown in spring onto a seed bed. Young plants need pricking and are then transplanted to the borders in May and June. Just like other head cabbage varieties, it requires fertile, moist soil that is rich in organic matter. It can be harvested in early autumn, in September and October, and even in November when sown later.
- This Red Cabbage is a Native variety.
- Open Pollinated.
- Each Packet Contains 40 to 50 Seeds.
|Common Name||wild cabbage, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, broccoflower, kale, borecole.|
|Height||Height: 1 to 2 feetSpread: 1.5 to 3 feet|
|Difficulty Level||Easy to moderate|
Red Cabbage Desi Vegetable Seeds