How To Grow Cauliflower | 7 Tips to Avoid the Small Curds

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How To Grow Cauliflower | 7 Tips to Avoid the Small Curds

Last updated: 10/31/21

I am sitting here laughing because many of you may associate curds with souring milk.  Maybe little Miss Muffet who sat on her tuffet eating her curds and whey.  I can assure you Little Miss Muffet was not learning how to grow cauliflower.

The curd is the fancy word for the dense brassica head that you get when you successfully grow cauliflower.  It is the white stuff on the cauliflower that you roast up or you cook to eat.  The bigger the better is really the essence of how to grow cauliflower.

Grow cauliflower is probably not the first vegetable to start your gardening adventure because it can be challenging to grow.  You definitely need a game plan and a strategy to grow cauliflower successfully but don’t fret because the tips here will serve to help you grow some big ass curds.

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Growing Cauliflower | Faux Mashed Potatoes

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Growing Cauliflower | Faux Mashed Potatoes

Last updated: 11/02/18

Cauliflower is one of those unique vegetables that you must get in your garden.  Have you ever wanted to grow cauliflower in your garden?  Are you a cauliflower lover and wanted to know more?

Look no further as you have found an epic guide on how to grow cauliflower.

Mark Twain said it best when he described cauliflower, “Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education.”  I love this quote because when you really look at cauliflower, it does like a brain.

Growing cauliflower to put on your table is so good for your health.  Just take a look below at the benefits, so why wait and just grow cauliflower in your garden.

Growing cauliflower is a simple and unique vegetable to grow.  Cauliflower can be grown in the spring and fall months.  Cauliflower seeds germinate best in soil temperatures of 80° F, so giving them a head start in the early spring months is best.

Cauliflower grows best when spaced about 15 inches apart.  Cauliflower requires even watering throughout its growing cycle.  Cauliflower requires an ample amount of nutrients to mature fully.  Harvesting of cauliflower usually takes approximately 14 weeks from seed to table.

Check out this post here if you want a more slimmed down version of growing cauliflower.

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