Cauliflower is a cool-weather crop and is not heat-tolerant. It is part of the cruciferous/brassica vegetable family, which is considered to have many health benefits as well as cancer-fighting nutrients.

Faster-maturing varieties can be started indoors 4-6 weeks before the last frosts for a spring planting. Longer-maturing varieties should be started 8-10 weeks before your first frost for an autumn harvest. A dusting of frost enhances the flavour.

Although a hungry crop, beware of using fresh manure as it can influence the colouring and flavour adversely.

Extra Early Snowball Cauliflower Vegetable Seeds

Extra Early Snowball Cauliflower

Brassica oleraceaA beautiful Heirloom cauliflower. The snow-white heads are tight and compact. The p..


Green Igloo Vegetable Seeds

Green Igloo

Brassica oleraceaA great choice for a smaller sized garden or for container gardening. This is a d..


Igloo Cauliflower

Igloo Cauliflower

Brassica oleraceaA great choice for a smaller sized garden or for container gardening. A prolific pr..


Macerata Green Cauliflower Vegetable Seeds

Macerata Green Cauliflower

Brassica oleraceaA prolific Italian Heirloom of beautiful apple-green coloured heads. The plants pro..


Romanesco Early Cauliflower

Romanesco Early Cauliflower

Brassica oleraceaAn Heirloom from Northern Italy. A cauliflower that looks like a spinning top. Thes..


Sicilian Violet Cauliflower Vegetable Seeds

Sicilian Violet Cauliflower

Brassica oleracea The florets of this Italian Cauliflower are violet, with a fine texture and goo..


Snowball Cauliflower

Snowball Cauliflower

Brassica oleraceaHeirloom. One of the oldest classic cauliflower varieties. Up until today, it remai..


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Cauliflower, Vegetable Seeds

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