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Brussels Sprouts Mezzo Nano (24-2)

$3.50
Cavolo Bruxelles Mezzo Nano (Brussels Sprouts, half long). Open pollinated variety. A tall plant and a good producer of tasty sprouts. Taste improves once frosted. About  110 days. These were featured on the PBS cooking program, Ciao Italia. 6 gram...

Cabbage Cuor di Bue Grosso (26-3)

$3.50
Cabbage Cuor di Bue Grosso - Oxheart Cabbage. Impressive conical head with tightly packed leaves. Early cabbage for spring or fall planting. Nice sweet taste. Excellent fresh in salads or cooked. Can be planted 12-14 inches apart. These will get pretty...

Cabbage San Michelle (33-15)

$3.50
Cabbage San Michelle (ex. Verza di Verona). Regional savoy type cabbage from Northern Italy. Green crinkly tender leaves with some red in the center. Very striking plant. Large firm heads. For spring or fall, but best for fall. Good storage and will hold...

Cabbage Savoy Verza Pasqualino (33-1)

$3.50
Savoy Cabbage, Pasqualino. Green, crinkly, tender leaves. Good sized head. 10 days earlier than other savoy types. Good storage and will hold well in the ground during cold weather. Taste actually improves with cold weather. 70-80 days. 8 grams...

Cabbage Verza Mantovano (33-19)

$3.50
Cabbage Verza Mantovano. Green Savoy type cabbage with thin crinkled leaves and a sweet taste. Spring or fall, but best for fall crops. Cold resistant and will hold well in ground in fall. Very large head. Stores very well. 80-90 days. 6 gram packet,...

Cabeza Negra Cabbage 3 (29-5)

$3.50
Cabeza Negra. Also known as Cavolo Cappuccio. (Red Cabbage). Solid red smooth leaf cabbage. Large head, good taste. 85 days. Best color if planted for fall harvest. 6 gram packet, approx. 1200 seeds. Approximately 190-300 seeds per gram.

Pac Choi Chinese Cabbage (35-10)

$3.50
One of the few non-Italian origin vegetables popular in Italy. Thick white stems and tender leaves. Does best in fall & spring. Grow from transplants or direct seed. 8 gram packet. Approximately 400-750 seeds per gram.