I have very limited luck with cabbages and brassicas. Each year I say that I won’t bother, and then we have a flukey cauli crop.
So am trying once more this year, we shall see what happens!>
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6 thoughts on “Cabbages and brassicas 2014”
That’s exactly how I am with corn. Determination will win the day!
Sank my corn yesterday! Paper pots, in the little green house. I had been ready to give up on that thought
I think it must depend on your soil , though cauliflowers are reputed to be particularly difficult. Only really had luck with bought seedling cauliflowers – so far…..
Same here. Last year I was given F1 plugs that were brilliant. Otherwise it’s a bit kamikaze sowing seedlings
I read somewhere that one of the things to watch out for with cauliflower seedlings is not upsetting them in any way. So this year, I am going to sow in situ, so I don’t have to move them – and keep them under cover so the birds can’t get at them 🙂
Possibly, yes. Mine are modularised as I didn’t get as far as making paper pots
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