Cauliflower

We offer certified organic cauliflower seed for varieties well-suited to both home and commercial production. This nutritious, cool weather vegetable is a garden essential! High in vitamin C and the anti-cancer compound sulforaphane, cauliflower traces its origins back to wild cabbage and was popularized in the Mediterranean region.

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  • Strong, vigorous plants with beautiful, high quality heads and a short harvest window. Well-domed compact heads with dense flavorful white curds that resist becoming fuzzy or ricey. Heads are well-protected; wrapper leaves are well suited to tying or the "break, fold and cover" method of blanching. Tolerant of bacterial soft rot and downy mildew.

    • Spring or fall crop
    • 5" heads
    • 63 Days
    • Packet 25 Seeds

    NOTE: OUR QUALITY ASSURANCE: All seed lots of this variety are independently tested for the diseases black rot (Xanthomonas campestris pv. Campestris) and black leg (Phoma lingam). Only seed lots that are found to be free of black rot and black leg are released for sale. No diseased seed will be sold.

    • $4.35
  • Early, generous producer of well-rounded ivory heads. Goodman will surprise you with a slight frame that manages to produce very well-protected heads with deep curds and tender florets. Good holding ability in the field with a short harvest window. An organic open-pollinated variety to rival the high performing classic, Amazing.

    • Spring or fall crop
    • 5" heads
    • 65 Days
    • Packet 25 Seeds

    Disease Resistance Details
    Intermediate Resistance: Verticillium Wilt

    NOTE: OUR QUALITY ASSURANCE: All seed lots of this variety are independently tested for the diseases black rot (Xanthomonas campestris pv. Campestris) and black leg (Phoma lingam). Only seed lots that are found to be free of black rot and black leg are released for sale. No diseased seed will be sold.

    • $3.75
  • Vigorous and versatile with perfectly-formed snow white heads. Gorgeous dense, well-filled curds seasonally-adapted for spring, summer and fall crops. Tight wrapper leaves and tall outer leaves provide excellent sunburn protection. Out-performed Fremont F1 in our spring trials with a slightly longer harvest window.

    • Spring or fall crop
    • Fresh market, processing
    • 6-8" heads
    • 75 Days
    • Packet 25 Seeds

    NOTE: OUR QUALITY ASSURANCE: All seed lots of this variety are independently tested for the diseases black rot (Xanthomonas campestris pv. Campestris) and black leg (Phoma lingam). Only seed lots that are found to be free of black rot and black leg are released for sale. No diseased seed will be sold.

    • $5.80
  • Large, off-white heads on highly uniform plants. Each plant produces impressive heads of pronounced florets with smooth buds that avoid getting ricey. Scored the highest for overall quality in our cauliflower trials! Good flavor with high yield potential.

    • Spring or fall crop
    • Self-wrapping
    • 6-7" heads
    • 57 Days
    • Packet 25 Seeds

    NOTE: OUR QUALITY ASSURANCE: All seed lots of this variety are independently tested for the diseases black rot (Xanthomonas campestris pv. Campestris) and black leg (Phoma lingam). Only seed lots that are found to be free of black rot and black leg are released for sale. No diseased seed will be sold.

    • $5.00
  • Long season variety with exceptional quality for fall harvests. A narrow harvest window is perfect for market or wholesale growers. Sturdy plants produce picture perfect, dense, milky white heads. Partially self-wrapping heads easily separate into tender, uniform florets. A reliable variety, widely adapted to many regions.

    • Uniform maturity
    • 5.5" heads
    • 75 Days
    • Packet 25 Seeds

    NOTE: OUR QUALITY ASSURANCE: All seed lots of this variety are independently tested for the diseases black rot (Xanthomonas campestris pv. Campestris) and black leg (Phoma lingam). Only seed lots that are found to be free of black rot and black leg are released for sale. No diseased seed will be sold.

    • $5.40
  • Extraordinary spiralled heads with mild, nutty flavor. Heads are an alluring chartreuse in cool conditions and creamy white with a pink blush in summer. Favored for crudites and raw vegetable dishes. This cauliflower has northern Italian roots dating back to the 15th century and is a gourmet favorite today.

    • Gourmet
    • Space large plants 3' apart
    • 6-7" heads
    • 77 Days
    • Packet 25 Seeds

    Disease Resistance Details
    Intermediate Resistance: Fusarium Yellows

    NOTE: OUR QUALITY ASSURANCE: All seed lots of this variety are independently tested for the diseases black rot (Xanthomonas campestris pv. Campestris) and black leg (Phoma lingam). Only seed lots that are found to be free of black rot and black leg are released for sale. No diseased seed will be sold.

    • $5.75
  • Delicious fresh or cooked, this Silician cauliflower grows deep purple in the garden but turns green when cooked. The voluminous variety will form side shoots after the main head is cut so be sure to space plants at least 20" apart as it will get quite large throughout the course of the growing season. A stunning addition to vegetable trays, this cauliflower retains its excellent flavor when cooked. 80 days.

    • Organic
    • Apple green heads
    • Dense florets in a fractal form
    • 75-100 days from transplant
    • ±8,100 seeds/oz
    • Packet 100 Seeds
    • $3.25
    Only 2 left in stock
  • Smooth 6-7" heads of tightly formed white curds are solid, crisp, and tender. This variety is well-suited to being eaten raw, baked, roasted, or steamed. Can be overwintered for an early crop in warmer regions. Introduced to American gardeners in 1878 by Peter Henderson & Company. 60-85 days from transplant.

    • Organic
    • Historic Variety
    • Crisp and tender white curds
    • Heads grow to 6-7 inches across
    • In warm regions it can be over-wintered
    • 60-85 days from transplant
    • ±5,600 seeds/oz
    • Packet 100 Seeds
    • $3.25
    Only 2 left in stock
  • As beautiful in the garden as on the table, Romanesco produces stunning apple-green whorled heads with a highly refined taste and texture. Widely grown and prized in Italy, it grows exceptionally well in cool northern areas of the country. 75-100 days from transplant. ±8,100 seeds/oz.

    • Organic
    • Apple green heads
    • Dense florets in a fractal form
    • 75-100 days from transplant
    • ±8,100 seeds/oz
    • Packet 100 Seeds
    • $3.25
    Only 2 left in stock
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