70 days. Also called Napa cabbage, has a great flavor and is versatile in the kitchen. Makes a good baby green too.
50-55 days. Quick and easy to grow with a mild, sweet flavor compared to Western head cabbage.
65-80 days. Old-fashioned favorite. Compact heads are sweet for fabulous coleslaw, salad or sauerkraut.
110-115 days. Delicious leaves add brilliant jeweled color to salads and cooked dishes. Best red cabbage for storage.
75 days from transplanting. This gorgeous, old French variety has amazingly textured, flavorful leaves.
A gourmet mini carrot, a tender, buttery-sweet beet, and a fresh, crisp radish are sure to please the palate.
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