SpecificationsCabbage Savoy is a large, flat-domed cabbage with attractive, crinkled leaves. It can be eaten raw or steamed and tastes great in salads, sandwiches, wraps and Asian cuisine or as a tasty vegetable side fried with bacon and onion. Requiring a position in full sun, Cabbage Savoy should be planted in well-drained soil that has been that has been enriched with compost or manure prior to planting and water regularly to ensure the soil stays moist. Adding mulch on top of your garden bed will help retain moisture in the soil. Plant Cabbage Savoy alongside Beans, Beetroot. Celery, Mint, Thyme, Sage, Onions, Rosemary, Dill, Potatoes, Chamomile, Oregano, Nasturtiums, Tansy and Coriander Cabbage Savoy reaches maturity at 11-14 weeks and should be planted 50cm apart
Common Name Cabbage Plant Type Outdoor, Seedling, Shrub, Vegetable Dimensions Maturity 11-14 weeks Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting No Botanical Genus Brassica Botanical Species oleracea Flower Type No Foliage Type No Market Name Garden Fresh Width 50 cm
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