Dub Category - NewGipps Vegetable Flower Herb seeds and Bulbs

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CABBAGE

VEGETABLE SEEDS

(Brassica oleracea capitata). Sow as recommended under individual description, transplanting 6 - 8 weeks later, 60 cm apart within rows. Feed well with animal manures before planting out. 280 - 350 s/g

Cabbage GREEN VARIETIES

cabbage-sugarloaf

1213: Cabbage Sugarloaf

Small sweet conical heads are cut from this reliable “Spring” cabbage. Sow early autumn and late summer (cold), into late autumn and winter in warm areas. Quick maturing.

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golden-acre

1210: Golden Acre

Quick maturing Mini Cabbage with heads 1 to 1.5 kg. Best sown October to January.

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green-coronet-hybrid

1224: Green Coronet Hybrid

Excellent medium to large heads that hold well after maturity. Sow June to February (cold): AYR in temperate areas and December to May in the tropics. Resists Black Rot.

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mini-white

1214: Mini White

Adaptable round headed variety with heads to 1 kg. Can be sown all year round.

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savoy-ace-hybrid

1222: Savoy Ace Hybrid

Dark green savoyed leaves and solid heads make this an outstanding variety. Heads hold well after first being ready. Excellent eating. Sow September to March (cold): AYR in other areas. Matures 10 - 12 weeks from transplanting.

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vertus

1220: Vertus

An open pollinated Savoy type with heavily blistered dark green leaves, Heads typically 2 to 3 kg each. Reliable. Best sown October to January.

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Cabbage COLOURED VARIETIES

mini-red

1215: Mini Red

Similar to Mini White, this attractive red variety can also be sown year round, producing small 1kg heads.

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red-queen-hybrid

1218: Red Queen Hybrid

Tight attractive medium sized heads, (typically 17 to 20 cm across). Best sown from mid winter through to mid January. Packets only.

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verona-purple

1223: Verona Purple

A lightly savoyed cabbage with red/green leaves. Heads to 4 kg. Best sown late summer and autumn. Maturity around 3 ˝ Months.

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