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Social cachet may not be among them, but cabbage cultivation offers multiple advantages: The plant is productive, nutritious, visually appealing and easy to grow.



Green and white cabbage
‘Kaitlin’ is a late-season variety that will store until December or January.
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Red cabbage in basket
Cabbage is dependable, productive and beautiful!
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Storage cabbage
Cabbage with their outer leaves stripped for winter storage.
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Pointed cabbage
‘Caraflex,’ a pointed, mini variety.
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cabbage cultivation - decorative cabbage
Whether for nutrition or decoration, cabbage cultivation is a worthy endeavor. Varieties range in color from nearly white to dark purple (plus all shades of green).
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Chinese cabbage
‘Bilko,’ a Napa cabbage.
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Head of red cabbage
‘Regal Red’ variety.
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Cut red cabbage
Powerful antioxidants (anthocyanins) give purple cabbage its color.
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Cabbage plants mulched with straw
Cabbage plants need little attention, but do require a steady supply of water.
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'Ruby Perfection' cabbage
'Ruby Perfection'
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'Early Jersey Wakefield' cabbage
'Early Jersey Wakefield'
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Making sauerkraut
Sauerkraut is easy to make.
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'Deadon' cabbage
'Deadon'
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'Kaitlin' cabbage
'Kaitlin'
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