Red Cabbage Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors, In Pots

US $9.80

Red Cabbage Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors, In Pots
— Original Package, 100 Seeds Of Each Pack

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    Red Cabbage Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Indoors, Outdoors, In Pots
    100% Organic Seeds We offer the highest quality 100% organic seeds online at the best price. All our seeds are non GMO and are harvested using sustainable practices. Most folks don’t need hundreds of single crop seeds for their backyard gardens. We offer smaller batches so you can grow different fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices.

    Easy-Peasy Guide to Growing Red Cabbage from Organic Seeds

    Hey there, future cabbage whisperer! Ready to grow some gorgeous red cabbage? Let's keep it simple and fun with this beginner's guide.

    1. Grab Your Seeds: Get your hands on some organic, heirloom, non-GMO red cabbage seeds. You can snag them at a garden store or order online. Make sure they're the good stuff!

    2. Pick Your Spot: Red cabbage loves soaking up the sun, so find a sunny spot in your garden. Don't have a garden? No worries! You can grow it in pots indoors or outdoors, as long as it gets plenty of light.

    3. Prep Your Soil: Time to pamper your future cabbages! Mix some compost into your soil to give it a boost of nutrients. Red cabbage likes soil that drains well, so keep it loose.

    4. Plant Those Seeds: Dig little holes about a quarter to half an inch deep in the soil. Drop your seeds in and cover them up gently. If you're planting in rows, space them out a good bit. In pots, give each seed some room to spread its roots.

    5. Keep 'Em Watered: Give your cabbage babies a drink whenever the soil starts to feel dry. They like their soil moist but not waterlogged. Watch out for those thirsty days, especially if you're growing them outdoors.

    6. Feed 'Em Every Now and Then: Your cabbages will appreciate a little snack from time to time. Feed them with organic fertilizer or sprinkle some compost around them. It's like giving them a little hug from the soil.

    7. Watch Out for Unwanted Guests: Pesky bugs might try to crash the cabbage party. Keep an eye out for aphids, caterpillars, and snails. If you spot any, show them the way out or try some natural pest control methods.

    8. Time to Harvest: Patience pays off! When your cabbage heads feel nice and firm and look about the size of a small soccer ball, they're ready to pick. Use a sharp knife to cut them off at the base.

    9. Feast Time: Woohoo! It's time to enjoy the fruits of your labor (or veggies, in this case). Whip up some coleslaw, stir-fry, or even some homemade sauerkraut. Bon appétit!

    10. Save Those Seeds: Want to keep the cabbage party going? Let a few of your cabbage heads go to seed. Once they dry out, collect the seeds for next season's crop. It's like planting a tiny cabbage time capsule!

    And that's it, my friend! Growing red cabbage from organic seeds is as easy as pie (or cabbage pie, if that's your thing). Have fun, experiment, and enjoy the crunchy, colorful goodness!