These are the last caulis to be collected for this year. These were grown in raised beds, with lime added on planting, beneath a cover of debris netting. Most of them have been okay. Half, though, were blown and eaten by pestilence. I forget not what variety these were, but I do remember them being an F1 variety.
Some of the flower heads have been quite big with nice healthy looking curds. Others have been small. I guess putting them in 3×3 formation might need looking at. Using netting certainly helps. Without netting, it’s highly unlikely you would get a crop. I would also place stock in using plugs. My seedlings never survive the slugs.
5 thoughts on “Final cauli collection”
Very nice looking heads of cauli. And how smart is the garden trug. Very cool!
Your cauliflower looks great! It is true- we humans must battle the bugs to get a taste!
Makes for lovely stuffed chappatis
One of the many things I just can’t grow. Never seem to get them to take, even using plugs. Yours look lovely.
Ta 🙂 these were stupidly pampered by mama h. Taste lovely 🙂 spot of aloo gobi for lunch today
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