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To begin with, you need some things to make this happen. These are gardening gravel, organic planting soil mixture with a pH of 6 to 7, 12 inch pots with drainage openings, biodegradable containers and plastic wrap that will both be used throughout the germination period, as well as cauliflower seeds.
Since you want to keep the cauliflowers inside your home, you could start sowing seeds as soon as you feel up to the task. Fill up your biodegradable containers with the organic soil mix and water it to make it compact. Next, set these pots into your plastic pot.
Drop several seeds in each and every container and cover them with 1/4 inch of dry potting soil. To be able to quicken the germination of the seeds, cover the pots with plastic wrap. You ought to see the beginnings of green sprouting from the soil within a few weeks. When this occurs, get rid of the plastic wraps.
The seedlings require to be thinned once they attain a height of around 2 inches. The truth is, it is advisable to leave only the strongest seedling in the container. Move your plant to a 12 inch container in order that it can have ample space to grow. However before you do, make sure to cover the bottom of the container with a minimum of two inches of garden gravel. This would guarantee proper drainage should you water your plant excessively.
Next, put potting soil over the gravel and water it to make it compact. After that you can transplant your cauliflower seedling that's planted in the biodegradable container into the large pot. When the cauliflower plant matures, the roots would grow out of your biodegradable pot and establish in the big container.
Take care of your cauliflower like you would if it is outdoors and be sure you take care of it consistently. Water the plant completely especially in dry periods. Remember not to use a fertilizer that's rich in nitrogen as this will cause the plant to grow much more leaves. You can also keep the head white if you wrap it while it's forming. This is a good method to protect it either from sun damage or the cold of winter season.