Vegetable Seeds Catalogue
A dependable heirloom that has been grown since the 1920’s, it produces a tender, compact round head (12-18cm) with good flavour. Plant close (30 cm) for small cabbages (1 kg) or wider for bigger heads (up to 2 kg). Early maturing, sow late winter / early spring or late summer/early autumn. 400 seeds.
An early red cabbage that is compact with solid, round 1-2 kg heads. A good looking and great tasting cabbage. Eat cooked or raw (add some colour to your coleslaw). 250 seeds.
With round mid-sized heads this is the best mid-late red cabbage we have grown. The heads are dense and it keeps well once harvested. Can be grown for late summer or autumn harvest or if mild winters it will keep in the ground through winter to harvest when needed. Eat cooked or raw. 40 seeds.
A unique multi-harvest and winter hardy green cabbage. Slow bolting, while all its varietal buddies go to seed and get woody, Spring Hero holds until early summer. The medium ball heads are thin leaved, tender and sweet, so great for salads & slaw. To promote a 2nd harvest cut initial head, keep basal leaves attached to the stalk, keep 1 of the new shoots, which will form another head in about 6 weeks just as tasty & large. 20 seeds.
All the joy and flavour of a savoy cabbage is found in this small headed, high quality early variety. With tight small heads (0.9 - 2 kg) it is an ideal space saver. The outer leaves are deep blue/green are blanched yellow. Stores well through the winter in colder climates. 20 seeds.
An easy to grow green leafed Chinese cabbage with a creamy yellow blanched interior. It has a delicious sweet, tangy, juicy flavour that can be used in stir fries, steamed, pickled or raw. Can be sown over a long period. The best flavours and it is slower to bolt when grown through the cooler months. Heads will store up to 6 weeks in the fridge. 300 seeds.