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Organic Cauliflower Seeds: “Self Blanching”

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Organic Cauliflower Seeds: “Self Blanching” (68 days)
500 mg ~150 seeds
USDA Certified Organic
Organic Cauliflower Seeds: “Self Blanching” (500 mg ~150 seeds) Description:
Our Organic Heirloom “Self Blanching” Cauliflower seeds were developed by Dr. Homna at MSU. Its leaves wrap around the forming head shielding it from the sun, thus the name “Self Blanching” Cauliflower. Cauliflower grows best at 60 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit so plant seed in early spring or fall for best crops. If you’re a seed saver, it takes two seasons to develop cauliflower seed, but it’s worth the wait!

All of Our Seeds are 100% Heirloom, Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO, Open-Pollinated and USDA Certified Organic Seeds.

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Organic Cauliflower Seeds: “Self Blanching” (68 days)
500 mg ~150 seeds
USDA Certified Organic
Organic Cauliflower Seeds: “Self Blanching” (500 mg ~150 seeds) Description:
Our Organic Heirloom “Self Blanching” Cauliflower seeds were developed by Dr. Homna at MSU. Its leaves wrap around the forming head shielding it from the sun, thus the name “Self Blanching” Cauliflower. Cauliflower grows best at 60 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit so plant seed in early spring or fall for best crops. If you’re a seed saver, it takes two seasons to develop cauliflower seed, but it’s worth the wait!

All of Our Seeds are 100% Heirloom, Non-Hybrid, Non-GMO, Open-Pollinated and USDA Certified Organic Seeds.

Seed Planting Depth: 1/4″
Seeds Per Gram: 250-350
Germination Temperature: 55-80
Days to Germination: 6-15
Row Spacing: 24″
Plant Spacing: 15-18″
100′ Row Yield: 40 lb.
Sun: Full

Planting Tips For Heirloom Cauliflower Seeds:
Start your seeds early in peat pots to avoid disturbing the roots later. Plant the seeds 1/2″ deep, 8-12 weeks before the last expected frost. Gradually expose the seedlings to the weather for several hours each day, then transplant them about 2 weeks before the last expected spring frost. They should be spaced 15-18″ apart. Cauliflower also grows exceptionally well when planted in midsummer for a fall crop. Cauliflower and celery are good companion plants as celery repels the destructive white cabbage moth. Avoid planting cauliflower with tomatoes. Keep the soil consistently moist and well enriched with well composted manure or organic material for full head production. Work a quart of chicken manure into the soil around each plant 3 weeks after setting out the plants and again a month later. The pH of the soil should be about 6.5.