(B. oleracea) Cabbage does best in a long season of mild weather, but it is also very hardy and may be grown to mature in the cool weather of late autumn. Spring plantings are best started indoors and transplanted out about the time of last frost; summer plantings may be seeded right in the garden. We recommend early varieties for spring planting, longer-season, large-heading varieties for a fall crop.
A perfect open-pollinated variety for our Canadian climate that forms up quickly to convenient 1-1.8 kg (2.2-4 lb) head. Red Express has an eye-pleasing uniform colour with very tight leaf formation. This is a very early cabbage variety that is ideal for smaller gardens. 62 days to Maturity.
Green sweetheart for fresh and gourmet markets. Prized for its unusual cone-shaped heads and thin, sweet leaves that are delicious eaten raw or in stir-fries, slaws or egg rolls. Extremely uniform with good wrapper leaves for insect and sun protection.Fresh market · Stores 10 weeks · 1.5-2 lb heads (Brassica oleracea). Maturity 68 days.