January King Cabbage Seeds

January King

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A wonderfully winter-hardy semi-savoy cabbage that is renowned in the UK as one of the finest tasting cabbages on the market.

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January King Cabbage Seeds

[160-210 days] Cultivated in England since at least 1867, January King is beautiful to behold. Its blue-green leaves come splashed with burgundy, wrapping around a small light-green savoy head weighing in between 3-5 pounds. It’s extremely vigorous and can survive even the hardest of our UK winters. Plant it out in July for cabbage all winter long or sow in early spring for a summer cabbage.

Flavour-wise you can’t go wrong with this variety, and the sweet, crunchy heads taste great stir-fried, roasted, baked, and even steamed.

Common Questions

How long does it take for January King cabbage seeds to germinate? Sow your January King cabbage seeds into module trays and they should have finished the germination process after 8 days. Transplant the seedlings to the garden when they are around 6 inches tall.

Should you soak cabbage seeds before sowing? Some gardeners believe that soaking your January King cabbage seeds for 24 hours can decrease the time taken to germinate.

What are good companion vegetables to plant next to January King cabbage? January King cabbage tends to grow well whencompanion planted with beetroot, celery, dill, rosemary, beans, peas and lettuce. Avoid planting near strawberries, tomatoes and garlic!

January King Details

Sun
Partial
Average Germination Time
7 - 20 Days
Sowing Method
Start in Pots / Trays
Days to Maturity
180 Days
Packet Seed Count
500
Recommended Soil pH
5.6-6.6

Sow and Harvest Times

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