Very old perennial cabbage

Very old perennial cabbage

Details  Photo shows how wide a three year old cutting grown plant can leap fog while developing new root systems as it spreads.



A perennial cabbage taken as a cutting from a 50+year old plant which according to the woman who had grown it for most of her life has never flowered there for has never produced seed.
Picked leaf at a time year round, winter hardy, needs to be net covered in summer to stop white butterfly.
To grow cuttings place them on there sides half sticking out, best use a 70% sand / 30% compost mix during the cooler times of year, summer time has shown to be a difficult time of year to grow these cuttings but it can be done

Sold out till April 2019





Botanical name  Brassica oleraceaPrice per packet  $10.00Grower name  Richard Watson