(Brassica oleracea) Rare Italian heirloom. Large, white head up to 1.8kg with very good leaf cover. Good texture & flavour. Hardy. 200 days. 450 seeds
Excellent Flavour - Best Cauliflower Ever!!!
By: Rae on 17 August 2016
This is the first time we have grown cauliflowers successfully. Wonderful taste, excellent texture! Has colour & flavour that store bought cauliflowers just don't have.
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