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Cabbage Greyhound produces early maturing, pointy heads in the summer and autumn. This tasty cabbage has almost no core and only few outer leaves. RHS Award of Garden Merit. Greyhound is neat and compact so it is the perfect vegetable if you have limited space in your garden. Medium sized heads. Ready to pick in August from a March sowing.
Sow Greyhound cabbage seeds in compost in seed tray or in small pots from beginning of March indoors, end of April - early May outside in a seedbed, about 1 cm deep.
When seedlings are large enough to handle, plant them individually, keep them inside until they have 4-6 leaves.
Plant outside, spacing 16in x 18in, in well drained soil, be sure to water the plants in sunny spells, protect from birds and slugs.
Ready in about 70 days after germination.