Brassica oleracea (italica group)

This traditional multi-cut open pollinated variety is popular with home gardeners. It produces 20 to 30 inch tall dark green plants. The heads are 3 to 6 inches and it also has abundant side shoots which can be harvested after the main head has been cut. Read More…

Brassica oleracea (italica group)

Waltham 29 has dark blue-green plants that average 24 inches tall and produce medium-green heads ranging from 3 to 6 inches in diameter. It produces abundant side shoots that can be harvested 1 to 3 weeks after the main head has been cut. Read More…

Brassica rapa (ruvo group)

A larger, slower bolting and more widely adapted variety. For late fall and winter sowing in the South and spring sowing in the North. Read More…