January King cabbage
|Cabbage 'January King'|
Cabbage 'January King' is known as chou de Milan de Pontoise in France
|Species||Brassica oleracea var. sabauda|
January King cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. sabauda, 'January King') is a cultivar with intermediate morphology between Savoy cabbage and white cabbage. It is known as chou de Milan de Pontoise in France.
'January King' cabbage is a winter vegetable which has been cultivated in England since 1867. It has blue green leaves blushed with purple or red, and its small heads weigh 3–5 pounds (1.4–2.3 kg).
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