Cabbage Late (Flat Dutch)
Cabbage is known as a cool season crop, thriving when daytime temperatures fall between 55 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures over 80 degrees will cause this plant to bolt, so many gardeners choose to plant their cabbage late enough in the year that the plants will reach maturity in winter. In warmer regions and moderate climates of the United States, cabbages keep well in winter fields.
100 days. The standard, giant flat cabbage that is good for storage. 10 to 15-lb heads are of high quality; delicious flavor. This heirloom was introduced by European settlers in the 1860’s