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Cauliflower Seeds

Easier to grow than you imagine the Cauliflower is the ultimate edible flower. This is a Veggie garden classic. It would have been a few decades ago, something your Grandma boiled but not today. Why not try Cauliflower Tempura and we all know its magic with a Cheese sauce.

Easier to grow than you imagine the Cauliflower is the ultimate edible flower. This is a Veggie garden classic. It would have been a few decades ago, something your Grandma boiled but not today. Why not try Cauliflower Tempura and we all know its magic with a Cheese sauce.

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Cauliflower Seeds - Snowball A

Average Packet Content 200 seeds

£1.99
Cauliflower Seeds - F1 Seoul

Average Packet Content 45 seeds

£1.99
Cauliflower Seeds - F1 Clapton

Average Packet Content 30 seeds

£3.99
Cauliflower Seeds - Igloo

Average Packet Content 85 seeds

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Cauliflower Seeds - Di Sicilia Violetto

Average Packet Content 25 seeds

£3.99
Cauliflower Seeds - Romanesco Early

Average Packet Content 400 seeds

£1.99
Cauliflower (Organic) Seeds - Romanesco

Average Packet Content 190 seeds

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What makes Cauliflower seeds special?

Cauliflower is versatile and full of vitamins. Suttons offer many cauliflower varieties not just the classic white cauliflowers like ‘Snowball’ but also ‘Igloo’, a smaller head but full of taste especially when they are just off the plant. Plus for something a bit different try the seed of the almost surreal looking Romanesco Cauliflower seeds. 

How to grow Cauliflowers from seed?

  • Cauliflowers work well when sown in a seed bed. Prepare a cold frame with forked and raked in soil from April to May. You can sow late summer & overwinter in a cold frame also
  • Broadcast the seed over the seedbed (to sow seed, stand with your back to the breeze and flick the seed out at waist height) Sow about ¾ inch deep (2cm), taking care to spread them evenly. 
  • Transplant your Cauliflowers when big enough to handle or to prevent Slug damage, grow them on until there are around six leaved small plants.
  • For their final growing spot, dig in some good organic matter / Well-rotted manure into the planting area. Sprinkle a few Comfrey pellets .
  • Give them good Spacing, they need room to grow and like most veg enjoy the sunshine so avoid planting to near trees or hedges.
  • It’s important to consolidate Cauliflowers well so make sure you firm the freshly planted soil well around the plant. Water in thoroughly. 

Taking care of your Cauliflowers

Keep an eye out for caterpillars and Pigeons, a decent net or cage for protection will help. Why not try making a Scarecrow as a family activity?

It’s good to pick over any dead or yellowing leaves. Timing of harvest is important, keep a close eye and before Florets start to uncurl use a sharp knife to cut through the stem below the flower.

How long does it take cauliflower to grow from seed?

Cauliflower seeds take around 20 to 26 weeks to reach maturity 

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