Solid round uniform heads
Originally from Tancook Island, Nova Scotia
Great for sauerkraut
Excellent for late fall or winter use
100 days from transplant
New for 2021
From the Collection
The large heads of this rare, late-maturing variety have a solid, round, and uniform shape. Raw leaves have a sweet, distinctive mustard flavor. Steamed leaves retain firmness and sweetness. Grown on Tancook Island, Nova Scotia, by four generations of the Langille family, this robust cabbage stores well and makes great sauerkraut. Theodore Duquay of New Brunswick donated its seeds to Seed Savers Exchange in 1995. 100 days from transplant. Organic.