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Brassica carinata
CABBAGE-ETHIOPIAN TEXEL-MUSTARD is especially good for temperate climates, it is fast growing even at relatively low temperatures. A fairly hardy, mild cabbage flavour, nutritious greens type originating from Ethiopian Mustard. Chopped finely & used in mixed salads or eaten cooked. Fast growing & popular for salad leaves if cut young & tender under 30 cm tall. Also known as Ethiopian kale, Ethiopian mustard & Abyssinian mustard. Seeds can also be crushed and used as a condiment. Highly nutritious, with a good slightly spinachy flavour, generally used as a salad vegetable when young; more mature plants are used cooked. They are reasonably hardy and can be harvested at any stage – crops best between autumn & spring. Sow at regular intervals for a continued supply.

Direct sow 6 weeks before the last frost, or start under protection 3 weeks before that. Start before the first frost for autumn/winter crops. Cabbage likes fertile soil & steady moisture.

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Scoville Heat Units (SHU)

Plant Height (cm)

60 - 90

Season of Interest

Spring or Autumn

Temperature Range (°C)

Determine / Indeterminate

Annual / Perennial / Biennial

Frost Hardy / Tender


Full Sun / Part Sun / Shade

Sow Direct / Raise Seedlings

Sow Direct



6.0 - 7.5

Soil Temperature (°C)

10 to 15

Seed Preparation

Sowing Depth (mm)


Plant Spacing (cm)

30 - 50

Row spacing (cm)

40 - 70


Germination Time (Days)

5 - 10

Harvest Time (Days)

60 - 120

Good Companion Plants

Bad Companion Plants



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ABSeeds is an Australian owned business trading under the umbrella of Direct Compost Solutions which is owned and managed by Victoria Brun.

We as a company endeavor to provide to the public, Organic, Old Fashioned, Heritage, and Open-pollinated seeds that have not been genetically modified.

We purchased the business in November 2018 and renamed it to ABSeeds (All ‘Bout Seeds) to make the title shorter and represent what we hope to achieve with this business in the years ahead.

Seeds that we can’t grow ourselves we will acquire from people who grow for us, or we may purchase seeds from reputable heritage seed companies.

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