No, cabbage is not classified as a root vegetable. The edible part grows above the ground. Although cabbage has roots, they are not the edible part. Such things as carrot and potato (where the edible parts grow under the ground) are classified as "root" vegetables.
No, cabbage grows above ground, root vegetables grow in the ground (like roots). Examples of root vegetables are potatoes, carrots, radishes, and yams.
Yes, cabbage is a leafy vegetable.
Most root type vegetables due well as does cabbage.
Yes, cabbage is considered a vegetable.
Cabbage is a vegetable.
cabbage is a vegetable
A cabbage is a vegetable.
No, they aren't the same thing. Beetroot is a root vegetable. The vegetable grows below the ground, while the edible greens are grown on top. Red cabbage is a variety of cabbage that grows on top of the soil in individual heads.
cabbage is a root
No, it is a stalk vegetable related to cabbage. The edible green part is the flower.No . . . the harvested parts of the broccoli plant are the stems and the blossoms.
It is a vegetable
Cabbage is Jewish
Cabbage is available in several varieties and is considered a leafy vegetable.
Cabbage don't have storage roots or tubers, they are not a root vegetable. All the energy goes into producing flowers and seeds, if they are not cut down before.
Yes, you can. Red or green cabbage can be used in vegetable soup.
Rutabaga is a root vegetable. They are members of the cabbage family. It is a hybrid of the turnip and wild cabbage. Outside of the U.S. rutabagas are known as swedes.
Cabbage is a Brassica in the turnip and cabbage genus of Cruciferae.
It is a leafy, green vegetable
Vegetable in the cabbage family
Cabbage is green tight leaved vegetable.
Onion, cabbage, lettuce