"As a general, yet very thorough, response to inquiries from many of my customers about cabbage raising, I have aimed in this treatise book to tell them all about the subject. The different inquiries made from time to time have given me a pretty clear idea of the many heads under which information is wanted and it has been my aim to give this with the same thoroughness of detail as in my little work on Squashes. I have endeavored to talk in a very practical way, drawing from a large observation and experience, and receiving, in describing varieties, some valuable information from McIntosh's work, "The Book of the Garden."" - James Gregory 1889
This is a fantastic book dated 1889 for learning how cabbage and cauliflower planters used to plant and produce these great foods without all of modern technology's intervention.
Now you can grow these foods with help from a pro, even if the advice is over 120 years old!
Have fun exploring this great book.