Start your seeds inside 8-12 weeks before the last spring frost, planting them in rich soil 1/2 inch deep and 2 inches apart. Because the first crop of cabbage should mature before the heat of summer, plant your seedlings about 4 weeks before the last expected frost; set them 12-18" apart in rows 3-4' apart, burying the stems about halfway up. For a fall crop, direct sow or transplant seedlings in midsummer. For companion planting benefits, plant cabbage with aromatic herbs or potatoes; avoid planting them with tomatoes or pole beans. Herbs such as thyme, peppermint, sage, and rosemary will repel the destructive white cabbage moth.
Hand Packed by Isla's Garden Seeds "Late Flat Dutch Cabbage Seeds"
This late season variety is a good keeper, with huge heads that get up to 15 pounds. The flattened oval-shaped heads can be 12 inches across
Seeds are great for Planting in Garden or for storing in a seed safe for emergency.