(Brassica oleracea botrytis). A heavy feeding crop that responds well to the liberal use of animal manures. Sow 1 cm deep in an outdoor seedbed, transplanting 75 cm apart 6 weeks later. Always use Sodium Molybdate on the seedbed. Best in cool climates or temperate coastal regions. In the tropics try sowing January to April. 300 s/g
Smooth pure white 10 to 15cm heads on medium size plants. Best grown from February to September. Matures around 2 months from transplanting. Packets only.
A great space saver. May be sown direct where plants are to mature and thinned out to between 15-30 cm apart or raised in a seedbed. The closer the plants the smaller the head. Heads ideal for one meal. Sow November to February (cold and temp).
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Suitable for warmer areas, the seed is best sown in December and January (cold & temperate areas). Snow white heads are reasonably well covered.
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Adaptable large cauliflower with well covered heads. Matures around 5 months from sowing. Can be sown all year in warm areas, but best from November to April.
A fast growing variety ready 10 to 12 weeks after transplanting. Best sown December and January (cold). Not suited to hot districts.
Superb snow white heads best sown to mature in winter. Heads to around 1 kg. The plant is large and upright.
Unusual orange heads. A real novelty that is great to eat too! Break leaves over curd as it develops. Best sown November to January in southern areas.
Vigorous plants with attractive lime green heads. Matures around 3 months from transplanting. Break leaves over curd as it develops. Best sown November to February. Packets only.
A tight red cabbage producing heads to around 1.6kg. The plant is uniform with good colour. Cab be sown all year.
Large purple heads around 4 months from transplanting..
Trace element for control of Whiptail (narrow straplike leaves, often with broken edges and generally poor growth), in cauliflowers and other brassica crops, beet and cucurbits.