Flat Dutch Cabbage is a world-renowned variety that grows flattened green heads that are split-resistant. It is a vigorous grower and a heavy producer. The plants are easy to grow and should be timed for maturation in cool weather for the best flavor. The vitamin-rich heads are delicious cooked or raw in salads and coleslaw. Sprouts make wonderfully tasty and highly nutritious microgreens. Plant Flat Dutch Cabbage in shallow saucers for winter microgreens and harvest by snipping off tender young shoots with scissors. The young shoots are sweeter and more tender than the mature leaves.
Celery, dill, onions and potatoes are great companion plants for cabbage. Planting clover with your cabbage will keep insects away and chamomile will improve the flavor. Cabbage does not like strawberries, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, rue, grapes, or pole beans.
Germ: 7-14 days
Maturity: 70-80 days
Net Wt. per Packet: 2 grams
Approximate Seed Count: 500 Seeds/Packet