Brassica oleracea cauliflora
An early variety, very compact with a nice medium green dome shaped head. Good heat tolerance.
Spring and fall
PLANTING TIME: Can be started indoors 4 to 5 weeks before the last frost or sown directly in the garden at the beginning of May. It is essential to rotate your crops to prevent diseases. SOIL: Prepare the garden soil. It should be loose and hold moisture well. Uses the same type of soil, as cabbage but requires more watering because of its rapid development. SPACING: When transplanting or clearing, leave 30 to 45 cm between the plants and 45 to 60 cm between the rows, depending on the chosen types. GROWING TIPS: Use a nitrogen fertilizer. Keep well watered. HARVEST: Heads should be firm and tight. At this point, cut down on stalk to encourage side shoots of smaller heads for an extended harvest.
dill, beet, cucumber, pickle, mint, oregano, rosemary, thyme
lettuce, strawberry, tomato
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