(B. oleracea) Old World cabbage relatives that are grown
for succulent flower heads or buds. All need rich soil,
abundant moisture, and cool weather (but avoid prolonged
exposure to temps below 50 degrees). Cauliflower is
harvested when the heads reach full size, but before the
tiny buds (called the curd) begin to develop and open.
Cauliflower succeeds best where spring or autumn weather
is uniformly cool. Some varieties are blanched (the large
outer leaves drawn up and tied to shade the developing
bud) to produce a milder flavored curd.
An old, white type; ivory heads, good size. The standard American favorite...
Large healthy plants produce nice-sized, beautiful purple heads that turn...
Beautiful, brilliant purple heads weigh 2-3 lbs and are of a fine, sweet...
Large, 3-lb white heads; a vigorous grower; very good leaf cover; a delicious...
A delicious Italian variety with 2-lb, bright apple-green heads that
55 days (Also known as Snowball A) Great yields of snow-white heads that...