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Cauliflower is a much more versatile vegetable than most people realize. We enjoy it curried, in omelets, steamed and pureed to make soup, and in other unusual preparations. Cauliflower are fairly easy to start and fairly hard to bring to harvest. They require a lot of soil fertility to form a head, so maybe throw a bit of extra composted manure down in the cauliflower patch.

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Minimum 100 seeds per packet unless otherwise noted in the product description.

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  • Early Tuscan Cauliflower
    $2.00 Early Tuscan Cauliflower
    75 days.  One of the earliest heirloom cauliflowers, it has beautiful, large, white heads with good leaf coverage to blanche the heads.    Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.
  • Macerata Green Cauliflower
    $2.00 Macerata Green Cauliflower
    75 days. A beautiful, lime green, rounded head heirloom cauliflower from Italy.   Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.
  • Precoce de Jesi Cauliflower
    $2.00 Precoce de Jesi Cauliflower
    75 day.  An old Italian heirloom.  It has very compact, round, cream colored heads.    Minimum of 100 seeds per packet...
  • Romanesco San Guiseppe Cauliflower
    $2.00 Romanesco San Guiseppe Cauliflower
    90 day.  An Italian heirloom, it is also known as Broccoli Romanesco or Romanesco Calabrese.  It has a beautiful, bright lime green color and an interesting shape, with tightly packed florets that have a swirled,...
  • Snowball Y Cauliflower
    $2.00 Snowball Y Cauliflower
    70-80 days.  A descendant of Snowball, Snowball Y was introduced in 1947.  A great fall crop, it produces smooth, dense 6-7 inch heads.   Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.
  • Violet of Sicily Cauliflower *
    $2.00 Violet of Sicily Cauliflower *
    68 day.  A strikingly beautiful cauliflower.  It is bright purple when raw and green when cooked.  It has a more delicate texture than most cauliflower with looser florettes, and the head has a flatter shape...