Growing cauliflower - Raised Urban Gardens
I planted cauliflower back on Christmas Eve and just noticed Saturday that I had a tiny cauliflower head. I haven’t grown cauliflower before, so it’s a new venture for me. I bought the plants at walmart. I researched a bit and found some excellent information about growing cauliflower on the Bonnie plants website. Since I …
Growing your own cauliflower requires a little bit of science and a little bit of luck. Meaty, mild, nutty-sweet heads of cauliflower develop in cool weather. An early summer heat wave can thwart the most carefully tended spring cauliflower crop. Similar challenges exist in the fall. But don’t let that stop you from growing this vegetable with its complex flavor and delightfully tender texture. It is worth the effort!
Attribute Hybrid Cauliflower Seeds - Vegetable Seeds and Plants at Burpee.com
Edible architecture in its own right, cauliflower is a garden pleasure, offering up a delicately nutty, buttery flavor and loads of vitamins and minerals. This premium variety boasts hefty heads 7"-wide. Provides outstanding performance in the garden and containers, with good heat tolerance and nice leaf cover for blanching curds. GARDEN HINTS: For earlier harvest, sow seeds indoors in a sunny spot or under plant lights 6 to 8 weeks before outdoor planting date- this works for both the…
Cheddar Hybrid Cauliflower
68 days from setting out transplants in the garden. No, it doesn't contain cheese -- but it DOES have 25 times the beta carotene of regular white Cauliflower, for extra nutrition in every bite! This amazing new Cauliflower is the most attractive and good-for-you variety yet, and you'll want a big planting in the garden this season! The domed heads measure about 4 to 7 inches wide and are very heavy, arising on vigorous plants. For best orange color, keep the heads untied during growth…
White Hybrid Cauliflower: High Yield, Extra Cold Resistance
Discover more about White Hybrid Cauliflower, known for producing heavy yields. Grows 18 inches wide, and 12 to 18 inches tall. Used in dips and salads.