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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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  • Macerata Green Cauliflower

    Macerata Green Cauliflower

    75 days. A beautiful, lime green, rounded head heirloom cauliflower from Italy.   Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.   PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:   Planting Depth: 1/4 inch Plant Spacing: 12-24 inches Row Spacing: 18-36 inches  For...

  • Violet of Sicily Cauliflower

    Violet of Sicily Cauliflower

    Out of stock,  at customs.  Check back in mid-january. 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...