1. Indian mustard 2. Yellow Rocket Cress 3. Thyme 4. Sweet Alyssum 5. Dill 6. Sunflowers 7. Daisy-type flowers
If you plant sweet alyssum nearby, your cabbages will draw parasitic wasps, laying their eggs under the caterpillar’s skin. The caterpillar will molt, and the resulting larvae will consume it from the inside out.
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Grown in the fall and spring, cabbage is a cool-season crop. Start indoor seed germination six to eight weeks prior to the last date of frost for spring growing. Start your seeds in the late summer or fall for growing in the fall and even winter in milder climates.