Cauliflower

Tender, white heads of delicious florets are a nutritious addition to the menu. Warm some in a steaming basket until just tender, add to a vegetable tray, or mash and serve with butter. Harvest when florets are just starting to separate.

Companion Plants

Tomato

Tomato

Fresh tomatoes from the garden are the best summer treat! Great for eating fresh, cooking or canning. Vining types benefit from staking; bush types do not need staking. Disease resistance varies with the variety.

Cucumber

Cucumber

Delightfully crisp texture with a tasty and refreshing flavor. May be peeled, or leave skin on for increased nutrition value. Delicious in fresh salads, pickled, or served on a vegetable tray. For easy harvest, allow plants to climb on a structure.

Marigold

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Marigold

Vibrant flowers bloom above fragrant, highly divided foliage. This fast-growing annual is well-suited for garden's edge, container gardening, or window boxes. Very attractive in combination with blue-spiked flowers. May repel pests. Prefers well-drained soil.

Details

Common name

Cauliflower

Botanical name

Brassica oleracea botrytis

Zone

Grow as an annual.

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Bloom time

No Bloom

Light

sun

Height

12" (31 cm)

Habit

rounded

Water

2-3 times per week

Feed

regularly

Maintenance

keep weed-free