A true savoy! Able to survive winter temperatures as low as -20C, this extremely hardy cabbage produces dark blue-green heads of tasty leaves. A good alternative to the popular variety Chirimen. Savoy Cabbage - for autumn/winter cutting. Sow late April-May.
A high quality type for summer/autumn cropping. The medium sized round heads produce tasty, crisp internal hearts which hold well without splitting. Sow March-April.
Bred by our own group, this early-maturing Japanese flat cabbage produces small, good quality heads that hold well when mature. Delicious is salads, coleslaws and wraps. Good resistance to white blister disease. Sow March-August.
This impressive cabbage has superb resistance to really hard winter weather. The medium-large heads are formed from November to February and the internal structure is crisp and tasty. For cutting in winter - maturing time approximately 28-32 weeks from...
Performs well in a wide range of soils and weather conditions, producing quality heads with a delicious peppery taste. Can also be sown in October. Sow March-May. (20-26 weeks maturing from sowing).
The earliest variety for protected or outdoor sowings in containers or garden. Medium length, high quality, blunt-ended roots. Sow fortnightly, crop from spring to autumn. Row 15m (50'). Recommended for deep freezing. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.
Heavy yields of very tasty, long, tapering, stump-ended roots. Stores well. For best results, do not sow later than mid-May. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner.