Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage
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Read more at Gardening Know How: What To Do For Eggplant Blossoms Drying Out And Falling 90 - 100 days. Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage is a beautiful, heirloom cabbage from 18A large, late storage cabbage with firm, round heads that yield 5-8 lbs each and 8-10 inches across.
Mammoth Red Rock cabbage is often used raw for salads and coleslaw. Rated as a good keeper with a crisp, sweet taste.
Contains approx 100 heirloom seeds
This cabbage grows into a 2 lb head. Grows slow though. Keep the soil moist and never let it dry out. Does very well in high heat in a chicken feed bag used as a grow bag. The roots will grow out of the bag an into the soil and the bag keeps the ground under it constantly moist which is a win win all around.