Where To Plant: Cabbages grow best in full sun on well drained fertile soil. Amend the soil generously with compost prior to planting.
When To Plant: Cabbages love it cool, so aim for a spring and fall crop.
How To Plant: Plant seedlings 24 inches apart in rows 3 feet apart.These will mature before the cabbages get too big to crowd them out. It’s a great way to save space in small garden.
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Tips: Cabbages love constant water and little competition from weeds. After plants are established, mulch with an organic material such as straw or untreated grass clippings. This will help control weeds and maintain the soil moisture.