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Cabbage Seeds

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    No. of Seeds: Approx. 125 to 135 Seeds

    The seeds have a successful germination rate of over 70%, the seeds in the packet can be used for several sowings. Follow the sowing instructions on the back of the packet.

    Sowing: All season

    The seeds can be grown in all seasons through the year, other than in frost. Start germinating your seeds indoors in warm well-lit rooms.

    Germination: 8-10 days

    Germinate your seeds indoors in seedling cups in a mix of cocopeat and compost and place it in a well-ventilated area. Follow the sowing instructions at the back of the packet.

    Harvest in 90-120 Days

    The approximate number of days it takes from sowing of seeds and successful germination to the time you can harvest it. PS: All other growing conditions need to be met.

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    About the Seeds

    Cabbage is a biennial vegetable which humans have been consuming for years because of its impressive nutritional makeup. If glowing skin, healthy immune system, happy gut, and weight-loss is what you want to achieve, Cabbage is one power vegetable that you should add to your daily diet!

    What’s in the Box

    What’s in the Box

    • Cabbage Seeds
    • Sowing instructions printed on backside of Seed Packet
    • Recyclable Pouch


    How do you grow Cabbage microgreens?

    If you want to grow Cabbage microgreens, use a flat container and scatter the seeds in a crowded manner. Keep this container indoors. In 10 - 15 days your micro greens will be ready. Uproot the baby plants and consume them.

    How much water does Cabbage plant need?

    Water your potted Cabbage plant every alternate day in winter.

    How much sunlight does Cabbage need?

    Cabbage plant needs full sunlight for at least 6 to 8 hours every day.

    What is Cabbage also popularly known as in India?

    Regionally in India, Cabbage is also known as Patta gobhi, Paat gobhi, Muttai kosu, Kosu gadda, Ele kosu, Kobi.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    Good product

    Product quality ok


    Most have germinated guess will get a good produce


    Trust worth. The best seeds I have purchased till date, thank you team for the best quality and support. Will shop more.

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    After receiving this plant (𝑴𝒐𝒏𝒔𝒕𝒆𝒓𝒂 𝑫𝒆𝒍𝒊𝒄𝒊𝒐𝒔𝒂),the plant was mature,tall as promised with a healthy was well hydrated and full of node..The packaging was great... Thank you @ugaoo for this delightful Monstera.. I'll be happy to buy it again

    Aishwarya Roy

    Ugaoo is a brand that's synonymous with trust.. you know your plants will have a long life once you buy from them, not only because their plants and seeds quality is good, but they handhold you through every small part of the lifecycle.. they are my plant buddies for life... Whether i buy online, from The Jungle, whether i buy jade or mooli seeds... Whether i chat on insta or attend their online classes, or request for a return... each and every member of the ugaoo family speaks the same language... That of love- for the customer and for plants.. i am so glad ugaoo is in my life


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    Love for ugaoo foundation will remain infinite

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