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Copenhagen Market Cabbage
Copenhagen Market Cabbage
Copenhagen Market Cabbage
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Copenhagen Market

80 days — One of the largest early maturing roundhead varieties. The solid, round heads are six to eight inches in diameter and average three to four pounds in weight. The texture is tender and crisp with a good, mild flavor. Keeps well.

Bred by Hjalmar Hartmann & Company of Copenhagen, Denmark and first introduced in 1909. The exact parentage is not known but is believed to be the old German variety, 'Ditmarscher'. W. Atlee Burpee introduced 'Copenhagen Market' into the United States in 1911.[1]

Each packet contains 0.5 gram, which is approximately 75 seeds.

  1. "Descriptions of Types of Principal American Varieties of Cabbage," by Victor Rickman Boswell, USDA Miscellaneous Publication No. 169, March, 1934
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