One thing I have noticed about cabbage family members that they seem to take a while to start growing once you have planted them from seed or transplanted them from plants. The pictures you are looking at are of my Snow Crown Cauliflower plants 2 weeks after I transplanted them. They still haven’t grown very big. I am hoping they will be like my broccoli plants in the past, that when they start growing, the growth really took off. So don’t be discouraged if it doesn’t seem your plants are growing much or that it is going to take forever to produce a crop.

At first my cauliflower looked the same as any cabbage or broccoli plant I have had. But now I can see a difference in the plants. The leaves are more pointy than broccoli or cabbage leaves. They also are slightly curled.

Are you growing Snow Crown Cauliflower this year? I would love to hear your experience. Leave a comment below.

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