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  1. 0300060 (Treated)

    A vigorous Romanesco hybrid with a very healthy plant. High, dark-green, medium-pointed curd with good quality in Spring, Fall and Winter. Bred to handle the heat!
  2. 0300070 (Treated)

    Concentrated maturity, very uniform dense pure white heads are very heavy. For shipping, fresh market or processing.
  3. 0300073 (Treated)

    Uniform, high quality white, smooth, firm, heavy curds. Very tolerant to heat and curd hairiness.
  4. 0300014 (Treated)

    Widely adapted, easy to grow. Concentrated maturity. Heavy, attractive heads. Warm to cool harvest.
  5. 0300039 (Treated)

    Produces a very smooth, white, and dense head, allowing for more weight with the same head size. Heat tolerant.
  6. 0300048 (Treated)

    Novelty cauliflower with an attractive orange curd with elevated levels of beta-carotene. Not heat tolerant.
  7. 0300082 (Treated)

    With an eye-catching and distinct deep orange curd color this unique variety boasts a strong, healthy and vigorous plant. An ideal variety for most temperate growing locations. For shipping, fresh market or processing.
  8. 0300062 (Treated)

    Lavender/pink coloring, ideal for the specialty color market. Uniform maturity and consistent performance under different environmental conditions.
  9. 0300065U (Untreated)

    A long stem cauliflower with a small head and sweet green stems. Fresh or cooked, it stands out for its taste and sweetness.
  10. 0300063 (Treated)

    Attractive orange variety, ideal for specialty color market. High yielding. Produces smooth, dense, quality shaped curds.
  11. 0300053 (Treated)

    Vigorous CMS variety with wide leaves, a healthy appearance and excellent uniformity. Due to the fairly tight foliage cover, it is easy to tie and harvest. The curd is very dense and firm with an attractive white color.
  12. 0300068 (Treated)

    Heat tolerant variety opens a new harvest slot for cauliflower. Plant in June as it needs the heat of summer to build a big plant in order to produce good-sized heads for August harvest.
  13. 0300044 (Treated)

    Great color and flavor. Best served raw or steamed. Adding a few drops of lemon to the water helps prevent color fading when cooked.
  14. 0300026 (Treated)

    Excellent weight and curd quality. Brilliant white, uniform heads with good weight. Widely adapted.
  15. 0300006 (Treated)

    Cool season harvest period. Tolerates late frosts moderately well. Uniform, large heads, good weight.
  16. 0300055 (Treated)

    Very large, dense and white colored head. Self wrapping plant. Ability to tolerate hot harvest conditions.
  17. 0300002 (Treated)
    • AAS Winner

    AAS Winner! Popular variety features early maturity. Smooth, well protected heads.
  18. 0300049 (Treated)

    One of the earliest varieties that still has self wrapping tendencies. Excellent flavor!
  19. 0300032 (Treated)

    Tight, protective inner wraps help boost packouts of excellent quality, dense white heads.
  20. 0300078 (Treated)

    Outstanding firm white curd quality, short harvest period. Fresh market.
  21. 0300069 (Treated)

    Heads are tight, heavy and bright white with a fabulous spiraling internal wrap. Very uniform harvests. Well adapted to most areas. Prefers heavy soil.
  22. 0300054 (Treated)

    Super uniform CMS-hybrid green cauliflower. It is the first true green caulifower that can be grown through the summer without excessive hairiness and bracting. Heavy heads are uniform in size and shape.

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