With a rainbow of colors and a delicious flavor, cauliflower is a great addition to the garden.  It isn't, however, one of the easiest to grow.  To form a nice head it requires excellent soil fertility and the right temperatures, so planting in the spring or fall and using lots of compost is a must.

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  • Annie's Brassica Buddies Mix

    Annie's Brassica Buddies Mix

    Plant our tempting blend of carrots, flowers, greens, herbs, and radishes among your brassicas to lure moths and other pests away from your crops. You’ll love this aromatic, highly effective, all-natural deterrent! 500 seeds...
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  • Early Jesi Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea)

    Early Jesi Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea)

    This old Italian heirloom yields compact, cream-colored heads with a uniquely sweet, nutty flavor. Crisp, round heads are packed with fractal-shaped flowerets that are delicious roasted, steamed, or raw. 100 seeds minimum Germination: 4-10...
  • Self Blanche Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea)

    Self Blanche Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea)

    This fast-growing heirloom has cold-hardy, protective leaves that curl around its head to keep it white and crisp. Expect 5-8” cauliflowers with sweet, nutty flavor and a wonderful texture. 100 seeds minimum Germination: 4-10 days Maturity: 70...
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