This Swiss variety from the old country adds a great heirloom variety to your field. It has small, yet rock-hard heads which are great for storage both outdoors and in a root cellar. The taste is great cooked in recipes, sautéed, or chopped raw for salads.
Sow in planters in the beginning of May. Bed out in June. Plant distance 40x40cm in compost-rich soil.
Sowing quantity 4 - 5 g/Are