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.
Stunning purple heads, excellent for farm stands, CSAs and restaurants.
Stunning, flashy purple heads.
Extra-early and adaptable hybrid with unusual seedling vigor.
Extra early and adaptable.
For late summer and fall crops, tolerant to both heat and cold stress.
For late summer and fall.
Striking lime-green Romanesco with pointed, spiraled pinnacles.
Large, heavy and self-wrapping heads, well-suited for fall production.
For fall production.
Early, bright-orange cauliflower that holds well in the field.
Bright orange heads.
Big green cauliflower for both cool and warm weather production.
For both cool and warm weather production.
Best organic variety for fall harvest; uniform, self-wrapping heads.
The best organic variety for fall.
Improved Fremont-type hybrid for summer and fall crops.
Improved Fremont-type hybrid.