Tozer Seeds have been breeding cabbages for over 50 years and have a range of speciality varieties available. Our recent breeding work has focused on improving January King and savoy varieties. Our range of savoys are suited to cropping from late-August through to April and our great tasting January Kings from January through to April. Also of note are our range of Green Ballhead types, such as Embassy and Sherwood.
This green ballhead cabbage is very hardy. It has attractive heads with slightly savoyed foliage weighing on average 1kg and maturing October to March. Very good shape and colour with excellent culinary qualities, making this variety a great choice for growers.
Hybrid variety for hearts production in spring and autumn, as well as greens production for spring, summer and autumn. Outer leaves are an attractive dark green with bright green inner head. Excellent pointed head shape
This was the first hybrid from the Tozer Seeds savoy cabbage breeding programme. Late maturing with dark leaves and medium blister which hearts and stands well. Sow April to May for harvest late November to March. . .
Our latest Savoy variety. It produces small to medium, blue-green, compact heads, from January to April. In trials it has been found to go into the winter small and then fills out with a good clean appearance.
Hybrid semi-savoy variety for spring, summer and autumn production. Outer leaves are an attractive dark green with bright green inner head. Excellent round head shape and very good internal fill with short core (less than 35%). Has good wrapper leaves. Inner leaves are tender and crunchy and have an excellent very sweet and mild cabbage flavour.
A good looking early savoy with nicely formed and filled heads from an initial stage. It has a deep green colour with deeply blistered leaves. Vanguard becomes solid quickly and it holds in the field very well. It has a great taste making it a superior variety.
A mid-season Savoy cabbage for mid-October to mid-December harvesting. It's mid-green and attractive with solid round heads. Sow April to May.