Vegetables Cauliflower
Cauliflower
Cauliflower
Cauliflower varieties are generally bred for cool or mild weather conditions, which suit the crop best. Our research is aimed at identifying flavorful, easy-to-grow varieties that perform well even in stressful conditions such as hot weather or below-optimum fertility. We are pleased to offer a wide range of colors, such as purple, orange, and green, including the green-spiraled Romanesco cauliflower. For a varietal comparison chart showing suggested planting and harvesting times, see our Cauliflower Planting Program.
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For late summer and fall crops, tolerant to both heat and cold stress.
For late summer and fall.
68 Days
Large, heavy and self-wrapping heads, well-suited for fall production.
For fall production.
73 Days
Stunning purple heads, excellent for farm stands, CSAs and restaurants.
Stunning, flashy purple heads.
80 Days
Early, bright-orange cauliflower that holds well in the field.
Bright orange heads.
58 Days
Striking lime-green Romanesco with pointed, spiraled pinnacles.
Spiraled heads.
78 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Snow Crown Standard Cauliflower
Extra-early and adaptable hybrid with unusual seedling vigor.
Extra early and adaptable.
50 Days
Best organic variety for fall harvest; uniform, self-wrapping heads.
The best organic variety for fall.
80 Days
Improved Fremont-type hybrid for summer and fall crops.
Improved Fremont-type hybrid.
65 Days
Big green cauliflower for both cool and warm weather production.
For both cool and warm weather production.
71 Days
Striking lime-green Romanesco with pointed, spiraled pinnacles.
Spiraled heads.
78 Days
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