Now that is a damned fine cabbage.Go you!
oooh...that is a nice cabbage. I've always wanted to try and grow a cauliflower...
LOL Good for you Sis!
That's great! Does it belong to Monsanto?
And what a pretty cabbage it is! Now to watch out for the rabbits...
It looks like a giant rose.
OMG it's gorgeous!
It's gotta feel good when the first one turns out great! Is it finished growing? Not sure since I've never grown cabbage. Very nice!
Well you sure grew a beauty! I smell a cole slaw post in your future!
Beautiful! How did you keep the cabbage worms out?
Happy cabbage! and many more!Mary Anne in Kentucky(The word verification IS: "baggi"!)
Yummy!Let us know what recipe you use on it, it is a stunner.
I planted cabbage too. The slugs really appreciated it. Hate those things.
Ooooh, lovely! It looks so pretty just the way it is but let us know what you make out of it if you ever get up the courage to pick it.
Thanks, cousin!Geo - I planted some cauliflower, but it didn't survive the drought.Reb - thanks.Janell - doesn't everything?Gena - hopefully, the rabbits won't find it!kcinnova - it's pretty, isn't it?BG - thanks!Conny - it will keep growing for awhile yet, as long as it doesn't freeze.Hilary - cabbage rolls, coleslaw... it'll be a toss-up!Gail - I'm not sure if I actually have kept the worms out... guess I'll find out.MAiK - thanks. messymimi - I'll be sure to let you know what it eventually becomes.JavaChick - I hate slugs, too! So far, I haven't seen any this year. (fingers crossed that I don't!)Cheryl - I'm hoping it gets big enough to make cabbage rolls with.
How precious!!! You almost expect it to have a little face...
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