Careful choice of Cabbage seed varieties can give you year round cropping! 70 days. The Chinese cabbage, or Napa cabbage as it is sometimes called, is known for producing large barrel shaped heads of crisp, light green leaves. Cour Di Bue Cabbage. NAPA Cabbage, Hybrid Kingdom 80 Large size type. NAPA Cabbage, Hybrid Qingdao 65 Medium size. NAPA Cabbage, Hybrid Yellow King Attractive head with bright yellow inner leaves.
Napa cabbage is delicious in salads or even stir fried. Don't discard too many of the outer leaves when preparing, these are where vitamin levels are highest. Like all Chinese cabbage, this is a relatively fast growing plant, taking just 10 weeks from sowing to harvest. It then spread to Japan and Korea. Pekinensis) is a cool season annual vegetable that is a member of the cruciferous family.It is related to broccoli, cauliflower and bok choi.Native to China, it is thought to be the result of a cross between turnips and bok choi. In the South and other frost-free areas, sow from fall to spring.
NAPA Cabbage, Wong Bok Large head. A fall/winter type cabbage, it stores very well. Early spring and fall/winter crops. NAPA Cabbage, Hybrid Hwa King WR70 Large head. Best for fall/winter crop.
Making it amazing in salads, kimchi, and stuffed cabbage boats. The wide and thin stem results in a crunchy, succulent leaf. Today we'll show you how to grow Napa cabbage in pots or directly in your garden. Here’s a superior Napa-type Chinese cabbage variety that has seldom been seen in the U.S. Medium-sized barrel-shaped heads are densely packed with crinkled, mild-tasting leaves. Slow bolting plant. A large drumhead cabbage, very cold hardy. Chinese cabbage may be direct sown or started indoors early for fall and spring crops.
Approximate seeds per pack: 300 Days till maturity: 60 Annual Full & Partial Sun. Sowing Seed Indoors: Sow seeds from spring to early summer in the North, again in midsummer for a fall crop. Start seeds indoors about 8 weeks before outdoor planting. Napa cabbage (Brassica rapa subsp. Grow your own kimchi! As opposed to traditional cabbage, Napa cabbage is a little sweeter and milder in taste. Napa cabbage is a tight, green cabbage that is often associated with Chinese cabbage and looks a lot like a pale romaine lettuce. This cabbage is an odd shape with a delicious flavor. Tender, 3 to 4-lb, pointed, oxheart-type heads; very good for home use or specialty markets. Introduced in 1924, it is an excellent market variety that is becoming rare.
Cabbage are listed under separate headings according to maturity. Try planting the herb Garlic Chives amongst your cabbage – it may deter attack from Cabbage Root Fly. The first mention of it is in the 15 th century. Very easy to grow and made perfect heads in our Missouri gardens.