Danish Ballhead Cabbage - Heirloom, Non-GMO Seeds
Days to Maturity 100
Packet Contains appx 250 seeds
Growing Cabbage- Benefits and Instructions
Benefits of Growing Cabbage
Ancient Roots- Cabbage has been cultivated for longer than almost any other vegetable on record, more than 6,000 years!
- Nutritional Profile - Vitamin C, A, B6, folate and iron.
Use in: Soups, stews, roasted, pickled, braised, kimchi, sauerkraut.
Heads are ready when firm the interior is dense. Heads will split when over mature; rapid growth due to excess moisture and fertility will also cause splitting.
To store cabbage in the refrigerator, strip away the loose leaves and clip the cabbage so that a short stem remains. Next, wrap the head in a moist paper towel and put it into a perforated plastic bag. For optimal cold and moist storage that will keep your cabbage fresh for three to four months, store your cabbage in a root cellar, storing plant roots, head, and all. Place heads in rows either on shelves spaced several inches apart, or hang heads by a string from the ceiling. Or, store them on the floor wrapped in several layers of newspaper. Cabbage is also ideal for creating pickles and fermented sauerkraut.
Carrots, beets, onions, parsnips, peas, dill, cilantro, celery.