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Cauliflower is a sun-loving, cool-season crop to grow in spring and fall.
- Cauliflower dislikes any interuption to its growth. Change, in the form of temperature, moisture, soil nutrition, or insects, can cause the plants to develop a head prematurely or ruin an existing one.
- Water regularly with 2 inches of water each week; even with normal rainfall, this usually requires supplemental watering.
- Note that the cauliflower will start out as a loose head and that it takes time for the head to fully form. Many varieties take at least 75 to 85 days from transplant.
Botanical Name: Brassica oleracea
Average Mature Height: 20-30 cm
Spacing/Spread: 30 cm
Sun Exposure: Sun
Flowering Time: Within 100 Days
Water Needs: Average