Early Round Dutch Cabbage is an open-pollinated cabbage variety that produces well in the early season. Early Round Dutch has a thick head and a sweet taste that matures in as little as 70 days. This variety produces oval-shaped heads with an average diameter of 6-7 inches and a weight of 4-5 pounds. This is a common variety in the south, but it is widely adapted and should do well in any climate.Early Round Dutch Cabbage holds well in the field for a longer harvesting window. Heads have extensive wrapper leaves and are slow to bolt as temperatures warm in late spring/early summer. This cabbage also stores well once harvested.
Botanical Name : Brassica oleracea
Common name : Early Round Dutch Cabbage
Size at maturity : 12"
Days to maturity : 75-85 Days
Light requirement : Full Sun/Partial Shade
Planting time : Early spring and fall
Sowing method : direct seed or transplant
Planting depth : 1/2″
Plant spacing : 12"
Ships : Year-round
Average seeds per ounce : Approx. 7,000