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Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage - Photo submitted by R. Olson of Oregon.
Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
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Early Jersey Wakefield

75 days — Introduced into the U.S. by Francis Brill, then living in New Jersey. Originally grown by Mr. Brill and a few neighbors, 'Early Jersey Wakefield' began as a natural cross between 'Wakefield' cabbage from England and other varieties being grown in the area.

According to Mr. Brill, Peter Henderson was the first to introduce this variety to the general public in the 1850s.

An early variety, it is generally grown for a summer harvest but does over winter well. The plant is short stemmed and yields conical, seven inch in diameter green heads with a fine tender flavor. Each packet contains 0.5 gram, which is approximately 75 seeds.
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