Early vigorous variety with excellent curds that are well protected. Creamy white heads of good depth and weight. Frost hardy.
All The Year Round Cauliflower
Good old standby variety. Highly reliable. Sow October in a cold frame, plant out in March, cut in June. Sow February to April, cut late June to September.
Autumn Giant Cauliflower
Large solid white heads well protected from the weather.
Aviron F1 Cauliflower
Superb deep large curds with strong leaf growth for light frost protection. Ideal for poorer soils and low nitrogen cultivation.
Barcelona F1 Cauliflower
A very early variety of cauliflower that is ideally suited to an October sowing, this variety produces white curds of exceptional quality and makes for an ideal replacement for Alpha 7 Jubro.
Belot F1 Cauliflower
Produces high quality heads fro cutting October to December. Has excellent deep clean white curds.
Candid Charm F1 Cauliflower
Candid Charm F1 Cauliflower benefits from large pure white heads covered by dark green leaves. It is very fast to maturity where it will produce brilliant yields of high quality cauliflower to eat.
Clapton F1 Cauliflower
A cauliflower with good quality white curds carried high off the ground so is kept very clean. Club root resistant
Goodman F1 Cauliflower
Early variety with a vigorous growing habit with well protected, solid, white curds. Matures approximately 80-90 days after transplanting. Organic seed
Graffiti F1 Cauliflower
Deepest purple cauliflower curds, perfect for adding colour to any summer or autumn dish, delicious and highly nutritious. Matures within 75-80 days with a good head weight.
Green Trevi F1 Cauliflower
Something different, delightful pale green heads of medium size and excellent taste. Sow June for October cutting.
An early variety with good, clean, white heads. Can be used as mini-vegetable when grown close together, or at wider spacing for larger heads.
Lisbonia F1 Cauliflower
A great replacement for Wallaby, very upright foliage and narrow base. Performs best during the September harvest period.
Maystar (EWK) Cauliflower
Solid curds of pure white, ideal for floret freezing as well as usual cooking.
Medallion F1 Cauliflower
Sow May or June for cropping late February to early March. Very uniform with deep, round and heavy curds but not suitable for Northern areas.
Highly attractive head of lime green made up of a mass of small conical shaped florets forming a pointed curd not unlike a green cauliflower. Superb flavour and more tender texture than cauliflower. Matures September to October.
Romanesco Navona F1 Cauliflower
Dark green curds with no braces. Excellent flavour. Plant mid June for harvesting late summer/ Autumn.
Regular favourite that has stood the test of time. Dwarf compact plants can be set closer than others.
Snow March F1 Cauliflower
Medium late maturing variety ready for cutting about 180 days after planting out. Large plant size with heavy dome shape heads weighing over 1kg. Deep green leaves give excellent frost protection.
Sunset F1 Cauliflower
Unique orange curds. Great raw in salads or as a cooked vegetable. Semi-upright habit with medium green leaves.