Cauliflower seed may be small, but it can produce a large, nutritional cauliflower head that will provide dish after dish. Cauliflower is one of the oldest cultivated vegetable crops dating back 4,000 years ago to Europe. Similar to broccoli, cauliflower was domesticated from a wild mustard plant. Growers today can enjoy a wide range of colors, flavors, and textures of cauliflower that can only be grown from seed. Take advantage of the many cauliflower varieties that you can't find in a store by growing cauliflower this season! When growing cauliflower from seed, it's important to remember the growing requirements. Like all seeds, cauliflower seeds require moist soil to germinate. Cauliflower plants can take up large spaces in the garden and should be placed appropriately. Brassicas, like cauliflower, are heavy feeders and do best when they are side-dressed with an organic fertilizer. Cauliflower enjoys cool temperatures, high fertility, and ample soil moisture. Here in Zones 9 and 10, cauliflower seeds are planted in the fall and left to overwinter. Growers in mild climates can enjoy this easy way of growing cauliflower, broccoli, and cabbage. For those growing in areas with frost, you can use season-extending techniques like row cover, high tunnels, and greenhouse to extend your growing season into months with mild frosts. It is best to succession plant cauliflower for a continuous harvest. Our cauliflower varieties are chosen after rigorous trialing to ensure they can produce in warm climates with low soil moisture. Grow your own cauliflower from seed today and enjoy the flavors, colors, and textures you only can get by growing your own!
Pelleted Amazing Cauliflower Seeds
Organic Snowball Cauliflower Seeds
Organic Romanesco Cauliflower Seeds
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