Easy To Grow And Productive Cauliflower Amazing

by Martin
(North Dakota)

I've tried growing 3 other types of Cauliflower with results of little to no production. This is the first Cauliflower I've had good success with. Despite being a bit neglected (seldom watered or fertilized after the initial planting) and getting overrun by tomatillos that reseeded themselves I still got beautiful heads of Cauliflower on every plant. Around 7 inches diameter each. Takes slightly long for head to start growing but it then grows rather quickly! Definitely will be making this a regular staple of my garden growing.

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