Cabbage

Cabbage gets a bad rap. It's often considered boring, something you only eat after boiling it half to death. But cabbage doesn't deserve its reputation. In reality, it's a versatile vegetable that grows in a range of satisfying flavors, shapes, and textures. It can be grown at the beginning and end of the season and some varieties can be stored after harvest. And if you can't get the image of boiled cabbage out of your head, try it raw in salads: it's fantastically sweet and crunchy. 

Cabbage

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Danish Ballhead Cabbage

Commanding cabbages reach 8 to 10 inches in diameter.

from $2.95

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Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage Pictured with Red Acre Cabbage.

Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage

Cone-shaped heads that fill out quickly.

from $2.95

Nozaki Chinese Cabbage

Certified Organic Seed

A quick-heading Chinese cabbage for the fall garden.

$3.95

Perfection Savoy Cabbage

Crinkly leaf texture delights the tongue.

from $2.95

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Purple Savoy Cabbage

Purple Savoy Cabbage

Stunning green-to-purple fall cabbage.

from $2.95

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Red Acre Cabbage Red Acre Cabbage

Red Acre Cabbage

Certified Organic Seed

Versatile, easy and perfect for kraut, slaw, and cooked dishes

from $2.95

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Red Express Cabbage Red Express Cabbage

Red Express Cabbage

Certified Organic Seed

The high-speed train of open-pollinated cabbages.

from $3.50