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Some kales such as Asparagus kale are Brassica Oleraceae while others such as Ragged Jack are Brassica napus. Gortahook Cabbage is Brassica Oleraceae. The photos above shows Ragged Jack leaves on the left and Asparagus kale on the right, Winter cabbage can be sown in spring or autumn, either directly in the ground or in modules. The plants are then transplanted or thinned to rows 60cm apart. The plants can be 30cm to 60cm apart. Plants from later sowings can be left closer as they will not get as big. Cabbage appreciates rich soil but is not very demanding. Spring cabbages are sown in late summer and mature in early summer the following year. Myatt's Offenheim can produce heads in April under cover and May June outdoors.

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Ragged Jack Kale
Ragged Jack Kale
Our Price: €2.80

Frilly blue purple leaves, can be sown in spring for a main crop of kale or later in the year for smaller leaves for salads and stir fries.  Average 250 seeds/packet more info
Nine Star Perennial Broccoli
Nine Star Perennial Broccoli
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Brassica oleracea This unusual variety produces lots of small white cauliflowers in early spring and, if well cut back, some plants will continue growing for several seasons. Average 100 seeds/packet. more info
Gortahook cabbage
Gortahook cabbage
Our Price: €2.80

Gortahook cabbage, Brassica oleracea, A variety brought back to popularity by the Irish Seed Saver's Association. This is an Irish variety with enormous hard green heads that stand well over winter. Excellent for sauerkraut. Average 200 seeds/ packet. more info
Madeley Kale
Madeley Kale
Our Price: €2.80

Brassica oleracea. A very vigorous flat leaf kale similar to Asparagus kale. It is an English heirloom that we got from Adaptive Seeds in Oregon. This is a really high yielding kale and I would recommend it for commercial growers, although it might take a bit of work to persuade customers that kale doesn’t need to be curly. Average 250 seeds/packet more info
Myatts Offenham Cabbage
Myatts Offenham Cabbage
Our Price: €2.80

This is a spring cabbage with dark green leaves, and cone shaped heads. It will produce green leaves in Autumn and heart up in spring with large heads in May, Sow in July or August for outdoors and until September under cover. Transplant plants when large enough to handle, to 30cm apart. Average seeds per packet 250. more info
Bear Necessities
Bear Necessities
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Brassica napus There is only one word to describe this kale and that is frilly. It was bred by Tim Peters, and is a Russian type with leaves varying in colour from green to red. It has finely serrated leaves, that should impress on an any vegetable stall. Average 150 seeds/packet more info
Idemar
Idemar
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Idemar Brussel sprout Brassica oleracea Early to medium season sprout, Sow March/April, Transplant in May when plants are large enough to handle, 60cm apart. Average seeds per packet 160 more info
Uncle Johns Kale
Uncle Johns Kale
Our Price: €2.80

Brassica oleracea A very vigorous flat leaf kale with white leaf veins. It was saved by John Burke in Co. Cork for 50 years.

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Pak Choi
Pak Choi
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Fast growing Asian cabbage, can be sown in spring but best sown after summer solstice for winter heads. more info
   
 
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