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Cabbage Brunswick Seeds - ON SALE
Brunswick cabbage is a cold-hardy fall/winter variety that is also heat resistant. It has good flavor fresh and is a favorite for making sauerkraut. The solid heads can weigh 6-10 lbs. These are also delicious in our Spicy Cabbage Salsa Recipe!
Cabbage seeds can be planted outdoors.
Sow seeds 2-3 weeks before the last frost date.
Plant seeds 1/4" deep and 3" apart. Seeds should come up in 7-14 days. Thin seedlings to 18" apart.
Keep cabbage free of weeds. This is especially important when they are small because the weeds will take nutrients away from the cabbages.
Each packet contains 150 Brunswick Cabbage seeds. Brassica oleracea. Annual. Open-pollinated, heirloom, non-GMO. Harvest in 90 days. $3.00
This packet plants a 75' row with 50 plants.
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First imported to the U.S. in 1824, Brunswick cabbage history says all cole crops were exported under the Brunswick name at that time. This German heirloom, a large drumhead, is becoming rare as winter cabbage growing decreases. For many years it was a favorite for making sauerkraut.
I started these using the winter sowing method you had in your blog, what a great way to get germination in the extra-early spring! Nearly every seed sprouted so I gently separated them and planted them in a well-composted garden bed and they took off! We donated many of the heads, and made coleslaw and cabbage salsa for tacos out of many of them. Delicious.
these grew great in our garden, producing nice heavy heads that were great to make coleslaw and fermented sauerkraut.
Nice big heads, easy to grow, nearly every seed sprouted. I will grow these again. Great for making sauerkraut, or adding to stir fries. I read the previous review and now I want to make cabbage salsa, that sounds awesome. I found the recipe in your blog, thanks!
I grew these and made cabbage salsa with my hot peppers and tomatoes, also grow from your seeds, and it was awesome. Great for parties with chips or on top of tacos or tostadas.
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