Perfect For The Smaller Garden This Compact Cauliflower Can Be Grown At Closer Spacing.it Produces A Solid, Pure White Head Which Is Just Right To Serve 2 People. Planted Even Closer It Can Be Used As A Baby Veg For One Person. It Has Good Heat Tolerance For Summer Planting. delivered July For Cutting Late September – November
Category: Cauliflower Plants
Grow This Mid-winter Cauliflower For Rewarding Spring Harvests Of Healthy Heads Full Of Edible White Curds. Cauliflowers Are Fantastically Versatile And Clemen Is No Exception. It’s An F1 Hybrid Too So Naturally Shows Great Vigour.at Harvest Time In March And April, The White Heads Present Themselves Well, So They’re Easy To See, Cut And Remove.clemen Has Proved To Be Very Winter-hardy, Capable Of Withstanding Frost And Snow- So No Need To Worry About Its Fate In The Winter Months.before Planting, Incorporate Bulky Compost Or Manure Into The Soil, To Both Increase The Nutrient Levels In The Soil And Improve The Soil Texture To Give Clemen The Best Start.space Young Plant At 75cm (30in) Apart In Summer To A Sunny Position.cauliflowers Are Hungry As They Are Thirsty, So Will Appreciate A Moist, Fertile Soil. Throughout Summer, Keep Removing Surrounding Weeds, So ‘clemen’ Gets The Maximum Water, Light And Nutrients From The Soil. It Will Then Reward You With Healthy White Heads The Following Spring.
This Is A Great Mix Of Salad Leaves With A Similar Growth Rate. The Flavours Compliment Each Other And Make A Superb Zesty Baby Leaf Salad.mix Contains: Serrated Leaf Mizuna, Golden Pak Choi, Pak Choi Canton White, Greek Cress, Mustard Red Zest, Mustard Red Frills.
Mayflower Cuts From Mid May To Early June. Plants Are Vigorous And Produce Delicious, Tender, Medium To Large Heads Which Are Pure-white With No Pinking. A Great Choice For The Home Gardener.plants Despatched Mid March For Cutting May-june.delivered Mid March the Extra Early Brassicas Have Been Sown In October And Overwintered Undercover With Frost Protection. The Plants Are Tough, Sturdy And Stocky Ready Hardened Off For Immediate Planting On Arrival. the Plants Will Not Look As Fresh As Spring Sown Plants but Don’t Be Alarmed! The Plants Will Be Taller And Have Some Yellow Leaves Which Will Either Fall Off Or Green Up As The Plant Gets Growing. The Plants Are Typical Of Those Planted By Commercial Growers Up And Down The Country And Will thrive in Prepared Soil. these Plants Will Crop 6-8 Weeks earlier In Your Garden Than Spring Raised Crops And Give Your First Flush Of Produce From Your Garden – And What’s More Many Will Have Cropped Before Persistent Brassica Pests Are Around. ) Caterpillar And Whitefly. prepare Your Planting Bed Dig Over And Add Some Pre Planting Fertiliser, Rake Level And Walk Over The Bed Firming The Soil.- Brassicas Like Firm Soil. Lightly Rake The Surface Level Again.using A Dibber Or Trowel Make A Hole Deep Enough To Cover The Root Ball And The Neck Of The Plant. Water The Hole And Put The Plant In Backfilling And Firming The Soil Lightly Around The Plant.