Cabbage - All Seasons (Phaseolus lunatus) All Season Cabbages Heirloom Non GMO Vegetable
Height 12-14 in
A good mid-season flavorful cabbage for those regions with a moderate to warm summer. Widely used for sauerkraut, and excellent for cole slaw as well. 'All Seasons' was first listed in 1886, and just a few years later it made an appearance in Burpee's 1890 Farm Annual as 'Novelty' under the name 'The Vandergaw' and is still known as one of the best and earliest cabbages available.
All Seasons is heat tolerant and resistant to yellows. Suitable for spring, summer and fall crops. Plants are 12-14" high and 30-36" wide. All Seasons cabbage produces fine heads that are about 10-11" across and average about 11-14 lbs. Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin C and contains significant amounts of glutamine, an amino acid that has anti-inflammatory properties.
- Full sun
- Well draining soil
- Matures in 65 - 85 day
- Start seeds indoors 8 to 10 weeks before the last frost, at a temperature of 70 to 75°F. Plant 3-4 seeds per peat free pot and transplant outdoors when the seedlings have 6-8 true leaves, and after all risk of frost has passed.
- If you want a fall crop, sow outdoors in midsummer.
- In Zone 8 and warmer, if you want a winter crop of cabbage, sow outside in early fall.
- Germinates in 10 to 14 days.
OR direct sow outdoors: plant seeds 13 mm (1/2″) deep and 13 mm (1/2″) apart
Plants should be spaced 45 cm (18″) apart with rows spaced 60 cm (24″) apart.
Seed Count: 50