Cabbage, Copenhagen Market (Brassica oleracea) - 100 Seeds

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The Copenhagen Market cabbage was produced in Denmark and brought to America in 1909. It is a hardy garden crop that can be grown in climate zones three through nine. The plant produces medium sized, green heads that can liven up any dish. After about sixty five to seventy five days, the heads can be harvested. They provide a sweet and delicate flavor.

•Open pollinated
•American grown seeds
•65-80 days
•USDA Zones: 1-9

Growing Instructions (USDA Zones 1-9):
8–12 weeks before the last spring frost, sow your Brunswick cabbage seeds indoors. Plant them in good soil 1/2 inch deep and 2 inches apart. Transplant your seedlings about 4 weeks before the last anticipated frost, spacing them 12 to 18 inches apart in rows 3 to 4 feet apart, and burying the stems about midway up. Direct sow or transplant seedlings in the middle of summer for a fall harvest. Avoid planting cabbage alongside pole beans or tomatoes for the benefits of companion planting; instead, plant it with aromatic herbs or potatoes. The damaging white cabbage moth can be repelled by herbs including thyme, peppermint, sage, and rosemary.

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