Cabbage Savoy Chieftain


GENUS: Brassica SPECIES: oleraceae


Heritage Status: Overseas
Bio-Region of Origin: Southland
Number of Seeds: 100

Description: Outstanding cabbages again from the Henry Harrington Collection, but came to him from Davey Williamson of Ohai, Southland. They are huge with beautiful round crinkly green leaves. They are at their best (sweetest) when frost sits on the leaves over winter. Great for cooking, coleslaw and sauerkraut. They keep well over winter if grown well with hard, tight hearts. They have done well for us in the North as well. Savoy cabbages have higher levels of phytonutrients than others.

Planting Instructions: Sow into seed trays in Autumn or early Spring. Prick out when first two leaves appear to 3 cm diagonal spacing. Transplant 4 weeks later or when 6-8 cm high to 50 cm diagonal spacing.


Additional information

Weight 0.1 g


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