Cauliflower can be a colorful vegetable (appearing in green, purple, orange), but it’s creamy white florets are perhaps its most recognizable calling card. This pure color is maintained by the vegetable’s protective leaves that naturally fold or are tied over the head. Similar to its cousin broccoli, cauliflower is a good source of vitamin C and fiber.

Cauliflower is a versatile veggie, touted for it’s use as a substitute for rice and even potatoes.

Handling Tips

Choose a heavy head with bright green leaves and refrigerate for no longer than a week. Place the head upside down in a bowl of cold water to wash. Enjoy by breaking florets evenly and steam, roast, or eat raw.

Rinse Before using
Store at 34-38° F

Growing & Availability

Salinas, CA March-December
Yuma, AZ December-March
Yerington, NV July-October