VIDEO: How to Plant Cabbage, Cauliflower & Broccoli 🥦 || Wyse Guide
Are you ready to move your veggie seedlings outdoors?
Kaleb Wyse from @WyseGuide recommends planting these 3-4 weeks before your last spring frost.
When his seedlings are ready to move out to the garden, Kaleb preps his beds by adding a 1-2 inch layer of compost and also mixing in some @ESPOMAORGANIC Plant-tone or Garden-tone for extra nutrition and organic matter. He recommends planting these seedlings deep enough that they’re sturdy, but make sure their crown is exposed.
Follow along in the video below as Kaleb takes you with him in his garden to talk about the benefit of maintaining healthy soil in raised garden beds.
Broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower are cole crops and all members of the cabbage family. Cole crops are cool-season vegetables that grow best at temperatures between 60o and 70oF. A reminder that cabbage takes about 60-105 days to harvest, cauliflower takes around 80 days to harvest and broccoli takes about 80-100 days.
Wishing you had started some cabbage, cauliflower, or broccoli seeds this year. Don’t worry, you can still purchase seedlings and plant them! No need to miss out on growing your own fresh veggies this season!