A Cauliflower Question

WARNING… this is not a pretty post!

If you can’t handle some serious ugliness run while you can!

Don’t look any further!

Just move on to the next blog (but please come back here tomorrow)…

I’m sorry, but I can’t help it.

I have to share the good, the bad and the ugly.

Here we go….

IMG_2992not so great cauliflower…

IMG_3003 cauliflower in total ruin


IMG_2985And my one relatively happy plant, which I just harvested. It smells great, looks great… this will be dinner.

What happened to the rest of them?

IMG_2157A few weeks ago they seemed to be coming along nicely.

What do you cauliflower growers think?

Recommendations, comments, ideas, thoughts, anything…

Help me become a better cauliflower grower!

Thanks for hanging in here with me and Happy Labor Day!

Love, Michele



  1. Gardening in general this year has been a story of the ‘good, bad, and ugly.’ We had three head and we ate them all with no issues. I could talk about tomato ugliness for hours.


    1. I’m glad yours turned out Judy. I’m really hoping that someone can tell me what happened here. I’ve googled and can’t find photos that represent this fiasco.


  2. Ewwwwww! Don’t show this to the kiddies!


  3. Sorry to hear about the mysterious destruction of your cauliflower! I’m sorry, I’ve never grown it so I can’t help. I could certainly share my ugly Brussels Sprouts story/pictures with you! Total disaster 😦 Thankfully, there are happy stories to go along with those sad ones! Dana


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