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Cauliflower plants are an easy and delicious way to add color, texture, and flavor to any garden. Their versatile nature also makes them great for roasting, steaming, soup, or making cauliflower cheese!

Cacti prefer cooler climates but can still be grown year-round if there’s adequate sunlight. They prefer rich, fertile soil with pH range between 6.5-7 for optimal growth; keep soil moist during heading, but avoid overwatering!

Snow Crown

Snow Crown cauliflower, a true hybrid, boasts unusual seedling vigor and produces quality medium-size heads that can be harvested throughout summer or fall harvest. Furthermore, its great tolerance of moderate fall frost makes it an excellent choice for cool climate growing zones.

Growing cauliflower easily under full sunlight in well-drained soil is easy! Producing 2-4 pound heads that measure 6-8 inches across, they offer crisp yet slightly nutty flavor perfect for roasting, sauteing or adding into salads or gourmet dishes.

Snow Crown stands out among other varieties in its ability to retain top eating quality for up to 10 days after harvest, thanks to its patented leaf wrapping technology that protects it from UV radiation while simultaneously offering crisp, crunchy textures.

Snow Crown, an AAS winner, is an excellent choice for home gardeners and commercial growers alike. This early pure white self-blanching cauliflower boasts upright leaves that wrap tightly around its head to provide maximum sunburn protection and heat reduction.

This cauliflower is an invaluable asset to any vegetable garden, landscape bed or patio container. Easy to grow, with minimal upkeep required – its visual show of excellence when planted strategically is sure to draw admiring glances!

An ideal choice for commercial and home gardeners alike, the early snowball type cauliflower features pure white florets that weigh up to 2 pounds each and features unusual vigor and uniform growth, producing an abundant harvest in late summer or fall. It has the added advantage of withstanding heavy rainfall – often difficult for cool-season vegetables – while being resistant to light sprayings of insecticides or herbicides and makes an economical pesticide-free choice.


Amazing cauliflower is a self-blanching variety with minimal tendril needs that is simple to grow and high yielding. Producing medium-sized plants with protective outer leaves that wrap around their heads for heat protection, Amazing cauliflower makes an excellent choice for limited garden spaces as well as those who want an easy-care variety that does well in the soil.

Cauliflower, an annual member of the Brassicaceae family, thrives best in cool temperatures. When starting from seed indoors and transplanting out as fall crops in areas with harsher winters, planting should occur 2-4 weeks before last spring frost date or 6-8 weeks prior to first fall frost date for late summer/early fall harvesting or 6-8 weeks prior to first fall frost date for winter/early spring crops respectively.

Start off right by sowing seeds in peat pots filled with damp seed-starting mix at 65-70degF until the seeds germinate, then transplant into your garden 18-24″ apart along sunny paths in rich, well-drained soil that stays moist but isn’t soggy.

To help ensure healthy cauliflower growth, select a fertilizer with an optimal balance of essential amino acids that contains low levels of boron. One such fertilizer that offers this is Neptune’s Harvest as it offers no harsh smell or chemicals.

Examine your cauliflower regularly to ensure its heads are reaching maturity and ready for harvesting – they should measure between 6-8″ in diameter, compact, and firm when mature enough for picking.

When harvesting cauliflower, cut off its heads with a sharp knife. If it is small enough, leave some leaves attached so as to protect it from weather conditions.


Cheddar cheese has long been a timeless and beloved dairy product, dating back centuries. Produced using cow’s milk, its mild, creamy flavor is ideal for many different dishes while it also provides essential protein, calcium and vitamin D sources essential to bone health and other vital functions.

Foods such as these can also be useful if you suffer from lactose intolerance, since they contain minimal lactose. Unfortunately, however, they’re high in calories and fat so if trying to lose weight or maintain a healthy diet it would be wise to limit consumption of such meals.

Young cheddar is an irresistibly creamy and mildly fragrant cheese perfect for snacking or topping on apple pie. Plus, its versatility means it pairs beautifully with almost anything!

Aged cheddar is an aged version of its younger counterpart that’s been put through natural aging processes to produce an increasingly complex flavor profile and more nutty and crumbly texture – along with developing a saltier surface for added crunch in every bite!

Aged cheddar can be used in numerous dishes, from grilled cheese and apple pie to pairing it with wine or beer.

Un essential key to making the most out of cheese is purchasing fresh and quality varieties. Make sure that it has an irresistibly delicious aroma without signs of mold or other bacteria growth.

Try this delicious cauliflower and macaroni casserole featuring cheddar cheese and breadcrumbs as an easy side dish option, packed with nutritional benefits and satisfying your cheese craving in no time!

Orange Dream

Orange Dream cauliflower is an easily grown pastel variety tolerant to heat and stress. Growing quickly, its large heads produce for harvest. Perfect for greenhouse cultivation.

Orange cauliflower first became available for commercial sale in Canada around 1970, thanks to a genetic mutation which allows its leaves to store more beta-carotene – providing vital support for organ, skin and immune health as well as fiber, potassium, calcium and iron intake.

This nutrient-packed veggie can be enjoyed raw or cooked, its mild sweet flavor balancing out savory recipes perfectly and providing great options for vegetarian, vegan and omnivore diets alike. Try roasting it and topping with your choice of toppings; crumble up and fry to create crispy bites – there are endless ways to utilize this versatile veggie!

Cauliflower plants should be planted in rich, organic soil that retains moisture throughout their growing season. Sandy soil is ideal, while clay or heavy soil may require supplement irrigation. The best way to do this is to amend it with plenty of organic matter that improves water-holding capacity while simultaneously improving drainage and maintaining moisture retention.

Cauliflower should be planted during early spring (March-April in most regions) 4-6 weeks before the last frost. Seeds should be scattered half an inch deep and kept moist until they germinate.

To protect against disease, always ensure cauliflower plants receive sufficient water during hot, dry weather – this will help avoid mold or any other potential fungal issues which could wreak havoc with your crop.

As well, make sure your garden bed is free from weeds and plants that could nibble at its leaves, such as weeds. Pull back row cover when weather permits for air circulation purposes; and reduce excess moisture with drip irrigation or sprinkler systems.


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Graffiti can be created with paint or spray paint and may feature one mark or multiple. It may feature someone’s name or rude words. Graffiti art may also serve as a public form of political protest to show just how angry people are about something or someone.

Banksy and Shepard Fairey are two renowned graffiti artists who have had an immense influence over other street artists as well as helping popularise this form of street art.

No matter its popularity, graffiti remains an extremely controversial form of art. Some see graffiti as a social ill and should be prohibited legally while others view it as artistic expression that has positive ramifications on society.

Graffiti styles have experienced rapid expansion over the last several years due to their increasing acceptance as art forms and being integrated into products such as clothing, books and mobile phones. All this serves to promote rebellious art styles and help break up status quo norms.

Graffiti styles that are frequently seen include stencils and wildstyles. Stencil graffiti involves cutting shapes from paper or cardboard before transferring the designs using spray paint or roll-on paint on to surfaces such as walls.

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