If you need information on growing Cauliflower, here are 5 guides to help you. From a quick 30-second guide, all the way to recipes and suggestions for eating your harvest. Check out the following five guides:
Basic, quick and dirty, no fluff, no frills guide to cauliflower. When you don’t have much time for reading and research, this is the site to go to.
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This is a more extensive guide, but filled with plugs for their products. Yates is an Australian company, looking to sell their gardening products, along with giving free information on growing Cauliflower and other vegetables.
Really good guide, with extensive notes and a simple cauliflower soup recipe for your just-harvested Cauliflower.
The title is a bit misleading, but it has good information on all phases of growing Cauliflower.
Q&A on Cauliflower, from growing to cooking and eating. Offers recipe ideas to help you “eat your vegetables,” especially Cauliflower.
Now, if you’re ready to plant and grow Cauliflower, but can’t find seeds at this time of year, here are three mail-order varieties:
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