A large drumhead cabbage, very cold hardy.
A fall/winter type cabbage, stores very well. Introduced in 1924, it is an
excellent market variety that is becoming rare.
Larger than Early Jersey Wakefield, (4-6 lbs) and only a little
later, this fine variety was developed by Peter Henderson & Co. in 1892. It is a good variety for the South.
Cour di Bue
Tender 3 to 4 lb., pointed oxheart-type heads, very good for home use or
specialty markets. Old European heirloom. This type of cabbage was very popular 150 years ago. Fairly early and of superb
Early Jersey Wakefield
Introduced in the 1840’s, with tasty 2-lb. sweet and flavorful
conical heads. This very early variety was sold commercially by Peter Henderson in the late 1860’s.
Glory of Enkhuizen
Introduced in 1899 by Sluis & Groot, in Enkhuizen, Holland. Has
medium-large, hard round heads. An early, excellent-keeping variety that is a good producer.
Large Drumhead Savoy
100 days. Flattened 5-lb., savoyed heads of fine flavor. A popular old French
variety that predates 1885. At that time “mountains” of this cabbage were sent to the Central Market in Paris.
A good storage variety.