Cabbage is a simple plant to grow, and many of its varieties are so attractive that you could grow them alongside your ornamental plants.
The amount of food you get for the amount of space used makes cabbage, which can grow quite large, worthwhile. They face the most significant threat from...
aphids and the dreaded cabbage worm, but with a few straightforward tactics, these pests can be controlled or completely eradicated.
Brassica plants are particularly beloved by butterflies and moths because of the substances in mustard oils, which attract these insects and their eggs, whose caterpillars can destroy your crop.
Yellow rocket cress has the highest concentration of mustard oils of the three, surpassing Indian mustard and collards, which are both excellent options.
If you plant sweet alyssum nearby, your cabbages will draw parasitic wasps which kill caterpillars.
Planting thyme and dill in your garden will entice ladybugs to visit. Taking care of pests such as aphids.