- Once widely planted in South Texas as an early type this mid-season cabbage is great for regions with moderate to warm summers and is heat resistant.
Phaseolus lunatus (87 days) All Seasons was first listed by J.J.H. Gregory & Son, of Marblehead, Mass in 1886. A few years later it makes an appearance in Burpee's 1890 Farm Annual as "Novelty" under the name "The Vandergaw" (Was also known as "The Vandergaw" and "Novelty"). A good mid-season cabbage for those regions with a moderate to warm summer. Widely used for sauerkraut, but excellent in other applications as well.