An heirloom, described by Seed Savers Exchange: "Smooth 6-7" heads of tightly formed white curds are solid, crisp, and tender. This variety is well-suited to being eaten raw, baked, roasted, or steamed. Introduced to American gardeners in 1878 by Peter Henderson & Company. 60-85 days from transplant."
Start seeds indoors in winter and set plants out in April. We cover cauliflower plants with floating row covers to protect them from cabbage moth caterpillars. Can also be grown as a fall crop.