“You should grow Indian food”
Right, okay, so some white excel caulis and eastiflor savoys went in today.
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Reblogged this on Linda's wildlife garden and commented:
Lovely post and thank you for sharing
The funny things people say!!
I’m going to do my overwintering trick as no room to get any seedlings going at the moment in the house.
How do you find growing cauliflower?
Well, this variety did well last year. Not all that big, but really nice. Not had much success otherwise
My best caulis were from ready-grown seedlings, so I could do that again if I want some before Christmas.
Definiely. I suppose if you popped to the local garden centre you might find some to get upto then
Yes, there should be some.
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