Growing Cabbage

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04 Mar 23 Sue (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Which variety of cabbage grows best in qld?
27 Apr 23 Lee (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Red Dutch, Sugarloaf, Wombok.
23 Mar 23 Peter Myers (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Copenhagen do well in the subtropics; I have grown them for years. When harvesting, cut below the cabbage, then new smaller cabbages grow from the same root. This year I am trying Primo. I plant seed mid-Feb to mid-Mar, after rain. Transplant a month later. I will be transplanting Primo soon. Got Kale (Blue) out yesterday.
28 Mar 23 EMMA-LOUISE PARRY (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
hello. when do you plant your cabbage seeds please? also what area are you from? im struggling to get cabbage to grow.
07 Mar 23 (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
They will all grow good if looked after. Also depends what you want to do with it.
06 Mar 23 Rob (Australia - temperate climate)
The variety you like eating the most
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