Growing Calendar for Cauliflower Seeds - Mayflower
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Cauliflower 'Mayflower' is the earliest summer cauliflower of all! Ready to cut from mid May to early June. Mayflower produces delicious tender heads up to eight inches across.
To achieve this, sow January in warmth growing on in 31/2in/9cm pots before planting outside in late March.
The great thing about cauliflowers is that by using different varieties, you can now harvest at any time of the year. It's such a versatile vegetable, it goes with just about any meal.
The earliest summer cauliflower. Sow Indoors: January-February thinly 1in (2cm) deep in clean trays or modules of firm pre watered compost. Keep soil moist at all times.
Thin Out: 4in (10cm) apart.
Plant Out: Late March into the required harvest position 18in (45cm) apart with 18in (45cm) between each row when plants have 3-4 true leaves.
Harvest: Late May-June
Protect from Cabbage White Butterfly with netting.
Cauliflowers should be grown in firm soil.
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