Organic Sativa Chinese | Napa Cabbage

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80 days to harvest Brassica rapa

In salads, stir-fries, wraps, kimchi, spring rolls and slaw: We just love Organic Sativa Chinese Napa Cabbage! So many varieties well-adapted for short seasons are F1 Hybrids and we were thrilled when this open-pollinated napa cabbage was shared with us. We grow several successions of napa cabbage in every season though clearly she thrives in the cool of spring and fall. In spring, your harvest will be that much quicker as well as flea beetle-free when you grow napa cabbage --- and any brassica --- under hoops and floating row cover.

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Organic Sativa Chinese | Napa Cabbage

80 days to harvest Brassica rapa

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In salads, stir-fries, wraps, kimchi, spring rolls and slaw: We just love Organic Sativa Chinese Napa Cabbage! So many varieties well-adapted for short seasons are F1 Hybrids and we were thrilled when this open-pollinated napa cabbage was shared with us. We grow several successions of napa cabbage in every season though clearly she thrives in the cool of spring and fall. In spring, your harvest will be that much quicker as well as flea beetle-free when you grow napa cabbage — and any brassica — under hoops and floating row cover.

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Organic Sativa Chinese | Napa Cabbage

Transplant (recommended): Sow 2 seeds per cell & transplant at 4 weeks old, 2-3 weeks before last frost, leaving 12-18” between plants & 18-36” between rows. Cabbage grows most sweet & tender in cool temps with high fertility. Use row cover in spring to protect from flea beetles.
Direct Seed: Sow 3-4 seeds 12” apart with 24-36” between rows; thin to one plant per foot.

Sowing Date: 3-4 weeks before last frost for Spring; mid-July for fall crop
Seed Depth: 1/4 inch
Days to Germination: 4-7 days
Days to Maturity: 90
Plant spacing after thinning: 18 inches
Height: 2 feet

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