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Cabbage - San Michele (33-15)

$4.50 - $20.00

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 well in the ground during cold weather. Taste actually improves with cold weather. 80-90 days. 6 gram packet, approximately 1200 seeds. Approximately 190-300 seeds per gram.

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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 well in the ground during cold weather. Taste actually improves with cold weather. 80-90 days. 6 gram packet, approximately 1200 seeds. Approximately 190-300 seeds per gram.

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When I ordered the seeds, it was because of the way the cabbage looked... they get pretty big, and they are delicious!
Posted by undefined on 26th Jun 2017

This superb variety produces large heads of high quality, and they are beautiful as well. An excellent main crop cabbage. Holds in the field until early November in Vermont by which time the heads are glowing purple. Tender and delicious when cooked, and performs better in a hard year than other varieties I have grown. Heads up like a trooper after Labor Day.
Posted by Paul in Vermont on 15th Nov 2012

Last season I planted 2 cabbages, The Penca Povola Verde (which they rarely have) and the San Michele. The Penca Povola is an open leafed cabbage which is fantastic tasting and very mild. No burp, so smell when cooking. The San Michele is bullet proof, no bugs, beautiful with big heavy heads. I've just harvested the San Michele and wish I could upload a photo. I have them growing with flowers and they're so pretty, I hate to pick them.
Posted by Foothill Farm on 4th Sep 2011