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Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage
Mammoth Red Rock cabbage with wrapper leaves removed.
Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage
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Mammoth Red Rock (Red Danish)

105 days — It is well adapted for most growing conditions and yields large (four to seven pound), red, solid, round heads that have fine flavor and keeps well. Great raw, cooked or pickled. Nice deep color. Each packet contains 0.5 gram, which is approximately 75 seeds.
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Excellent germination rate, not that I've ever been disappointed in that department with Victory Seeds. Grew pretty fast, though I could tell it was affected by the unseasonably hot weather my region experienced this spring/early summer. I have started an autumn crop, I'll let you know how it turns out. We ate some raw in salads. Had a great flavor and added color to the dish. I hope to get better heading for my second crop when cooler temperatures set in.
Reviewed by: Jesse Pagan from Southwest Virginia. on 8/22/2016
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