Enjoy fresh in slaw or savor in sauerkraut next winter. These varieties ripen quickly, are sweet, crisp and flavorful.
Columbia Green Cabbage
Columbia is an early maturing summer cabbage, with dense three-to-five pound heads that resist splitting. A PNW heirloom that never goes out of favor. Crisp and juicy, with a mild sweetness and little to no peppery aftertaste. Get your kraut on!
Early Jersey Wakefield
Early Jersey Wakefield is an old English variety, first grown in the United States by Francis Brill of Jersey City, New Jersey, in 1840. A reliable favorite in US gardens for nearly 170 years, and still one of the best picks for a small early cabbage. Produces dense, elongated pointed seven inch heads, with a distinctly sweet flavor. Heads weigh two to three pounds, with a small core and good protective wrapper leaves.
Glory of Enkuizen
A traditional autumn maturing variety that was bred in 1899 and introduced in 1902 by Sluis & Groot (an old Dutch seed house) in Enkhuizen, Holland. The heads can reach nine inches in diameter and ten pounds in weight. A good early to mid-season variety, a great keeper, ideal for storage and for kraut.
New this year! Tender, small- to medium-sized heads with an excellent sweet, mild flavor. Great eaten raw in salads and slaw. Dependable, early to ripen, best grown in spring through mid-summer. Great field holding ability. An old standby developed for cool PNW summers, our seeds are from Deep Harvest Farm on Whidbey Island.
Sequim, WA organic farmer and breeder Nash Huber developed and improved this compact variety for closer planting, northern climates, and early maturation. It has a mildly sweet flavor with a touch of pepperiness. Split resistant heads are two to three pounds. Matures in as little as 65 days. Get your slaw on!
Only a few left!
New this year! Gorgeous early savoy cabbage. Outer leaves are thick and durable, while the inner leaves are tender and sweet with mild flavor. Yellow-tinged, bright green, 2 – 4 pound heads. Developed in Wisconsin for a short growing season. Early- to mid-summer maturity. Delicious roasted and in slaws.
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1. ORDERING: All orders must be placed online at here by 5 PM on May 12. No additional purchases are possible at pick-up time. All sales are final. No refunds are available after an order has been placed.
2. PICK UP PROCEDURE: In compliance with COVID-19 guidelines to keep us all safe, plant pick up will be at assigned times only on Saturday, May 16, between 9 AM and 3 PM, in the Mullis Senior Community Center parking lot. You will be able to choose a pickup window between 9 AM and 3 PM.
3. PICKUP TIMES: After completing your order online, you will receive an email order confirmation and a link to choose your preference for a morning or afternoon pick up assignment. If you are available at any time between 9am-3pm for pick up, you do not need to fill out this form. On Thursday, May 14th, you’ll receive an email with instructions and your specific pick-up time.
4. UNCLAIMED ORDERS: If you’re not sure that you, or a friend or relative can pick up your order, please do not place an order. We regret that we cannot hold orders after 3 PM, May 16. If your order is not claimed, it will be donated to the Family Resource Center for distribution.
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