What are the pros? Great taste, good size
What are the cons? Have to know how to grow it.
I've been growing this for several years now. Had an excellent first year followed by a few bad years until I figured it out. We have very hot summers here which will often make it bolt before you get a decent head - unless you understand the problem. This plant requires a lot of nitrogen. The bacteria in the soil that breaks down organic matter and releases nitrogen the plant can use is more active as it gets warmer - so when you start off in the "cold" spring when this thing likes to grow, there's not a lot of available nitrogen. You're going to need to fertilize this thing quite a bit if you expect a head before it's too hot. Do that and it grows great. Taste is excellent, though more like broccoli than traditional white store-bought cauliflower. I've also found that you can get heads out of it in the fall as well if you do it right. My family loves this variety.
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