Cauliflower Plants

Cauliflower is easy to grow from plug plants and does well in our climate. Just firm in well and protect with netting when you plant them. Cauliflower is best planted in beds, but can be grown in large pots too.

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  • Cauliflower Romanesco

    Romanesco Cauliflower

    (10 Plug Plants)

    A weirdly beautiful cauliflower to grow

    These plants will produce jade green spears which are beautiful and intriguing to look at. They are also delicious to eat! They taste like a mixture between broccoli and cauliflower and can be cooked in much the same way. As with all brassica plants, these are best grown in beds and will need good protection from pigeons and other pests. You’ll receive a full growing guide with your plug plants, so just follow the advice and you’ll find it easy to grow your own romanesco cauliflower.

    Number of plants: 10 plug plants

    Variety: Romanesco (organic*)

    In the kitchen: Perfect for roasting, steaming, deep frying in batter, or even raw in your salads!

  • Gourmet Brassica Collection

    (60 Plug Plants)

    Loads of cabbage, broccoli, kale & cauliflower plants to grow
    This collection contains a selection of cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage and kale plug plants for you to grow. The plants can be planted in early spring for an autumn harvest, or in mid to late summer to grow over autumn and harvest in winter. Brassica plants grow particularly well in raised beds – we’d advise growing them all in one or two raised beds together, so that you can cover them with mesh netting to keep pests at bay. There is plenty of growing advice in the growing guide that comes free with the plug plant collection.

    Number of plants: 60 plug plants

    Space required: An area measuring approx 1.5m x 5m

    In the kitchen: Packed full of flavour and nutrients, most brassicas are delicious when lightly steamed, roasted or stir-fried until tender. A little melted butter makes them taste all the more luxurious…