Cabbage Plants

Type of Cabbage


Anonymous added on August 31, 2011 | Answered

My son participated in a plant sale for FFA in school and I bought some cabbages (beginning of June). I admit I was a few weeks late in transplanting them, but I got it done. It is now the end of August. They are a foot tall and the green leaves are tall (not surrounding the stock but more straight up/out). I am wondering if they will ever get a head of cabbage on them or if it is the type that doesn't get a head.


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Nikki
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Answered on September 1, 2011

It sounds like standard cabbage, but if you want to send a picture, I can confirm that. Cabbage needs cool weather to head properly. If they have not gone to flower by the time it cools down, they should start to form a head.

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