It’s challenging to grow cauliflower. Sometimes your efforts yield an abundance of white, purple, green, or even orange heads. And other times, you end up with all foliage and no heads at all. Discover 11 reasons why cauliflower may fail to form heads now on Gardener’s Path. #cauliflower #gardening #gardenerspath
Find out all about growing cauliflower, or Brassica oleracea, in your garden. Protect the plants from pests like aphids, cabbage loopers, and cabbage worms with row covers after transplanting to ensure they develop a large cauliflower head or curd. #grow #cauliflower #planting
If there is one family of vegetables that gives gardeners headaches year in and year out, it’s brassicas. Whether it’s Brussels sprouts that have been defoliated by cabbage moths or broccoli that’s gone to seed
Cauliflower is trickier to grow than its relatives because it doesn’t like it too hot… or too cold. Learn how to successfully grow cauliflower and enjoy harvesting this delicious and versatile vegetable. #gardenguide #howtogarden
A very useful, very white, dwarf variety that can be sown and harvested at most of the cauliflower harvesting periods of the year. Cauliflower 'All The Year Round' will make large, tight heads and is one of the easiest to grow as well. This versatile cauliflower is ideal for successional sowings. Height: 60cm (24"). Spread: 75cm (30").Companion planting: Try growing cauliflowers with Nasturtiums to draw cabbage white butterflies away from your crop, and mint to help deter flea beetles.Useful…
Growing cauliflower in container is an excellent way of propagating as it allows you to control and manipulate the growing factors. As the roots are fairly shallow it will not be constricted by the container side.