Posts tagged cauliflower
Fall Garden - Cauliflower - Dec 2018
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I decided on 2 cauliflower plants, which turned out well. Once picked, I cut them into bite-size pieces, toss them with seasoning and oil, and roast them for about 20 minutes. Very tasty.

Fall Garden - October 2018
 
 
 

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This collection of photos show the beginning stage of my Fall garden. These came from starter pods, which give me a head start, although soon I will try my hand at starting from seeds and soil in my own empty starter pods. So far, I’ve planted broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, and lettuce.

broccoli, cabbage, & cauliflower harvest - dec 2017

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I do believe for the first time I post a photo of a beautiful cauliflower growing in the primal gardens.  Observe how very sheltered and protected it grows.  The second photo showcases a great harvest of broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower.  Outstanding flavor and nutrition thanks to some vigorous labor and God's bounty.

fall garden - nov 2017

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The cabbage plants are growing strong thus far.  Its grand design is to grow great, big leaves before formation of the cabbage head.  At that point, it feeds and protects the cabbage head through its maturation process.  The broccoli plants are doing well, but interestingly seem to take longer to produce its head.  Same with the cauliflower.  Radishes always grow well in the fall and winter months, so you'll see them scattered about PG gardens.  I decided to experiment with two tomato plants just to see how they'd produce in the colder months, and it's certainly a slower process.

fall garden - oct 2017

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Here we have an aerial view of my fall garden.  From left to right is: cabbage, broccoli, radishes, cauliflower, broccoli, and cherry tomatoes.  For those interested in setting up your own garden, the concrete blocks are ideal, for they won't rot as do wood borders; they don't budge when you toil the soil; and you can plant marigolds in the pockets to keep away the pests.