This specialty market item attracts attention at your farm market. Unlike older purple types, Graffiti produces a true cauliflower head on large plants. The deep purple color along with its dark green leaves makes for a striking combination. Works best for fall planting but can also be grown in spring. Color turns a blue-purple when cooked. Adapted to cool coastal climates and Eastern and Mid States
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Q: I am trying to order cauliflower cheddar and graffiti from rakers 51 liner offerings. Are these no longer available for late summer delivery? I am unable to choose the liner option online, the only option it is allowing for is seeds at this time
A: Hi Patti, Unfortunately Cheddar and Graffiti cauliflower are no longer offered in 51 strips. We apologize for the inconvenience.