Gorgeous, but prone to splitting
This is one beauty of a cabbage! This was my first time growing a savoy-type, so don't have anything to compare it to. Germination and vigor were excellent. It tolerated transplant to the garden well, and with the help of late afternoon shade from the corn patch it didn't even seem to mind our extra-hot summer! Aphids were only a minor problem. They certainly infested the outer leaves, but once these were pealed away they were completely fine. Cabbage moths did their usual damage, but nothing too out of the ordinary and we didn't have to use BT.
The heads were gorgeous, with bright, light green wrinkled leaves and a very slight peak, though they were mostly only rounded.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Katie Bruce from Hillsboro, OR.