1-1.5kg large, conical shaped, sweet flavour, also good to use as a sweet tender salad green. Described in 1655 and mentioned in Australia in 1835. Sow end of summer to winter, also after last frost. Matures 70-85 days.
Brassica oleracea var. capitata
Possibly the most ancient of today's vegetables; cultivated for over 4000 years. Stores well in cool humid conditions. Likes rich well drained soil with pH above 6.0 and sunny position, keep well watered. Will cross-pollinate with other Brassicas to keep seed pure grow only one Brassica. Sow early spring, end of summer to winter, mature plants tolerate frost.
200-380 seeds per gram