||Market standard for summer production cauliflower. Strong wrapper leaves offer good protection to the well tucked and heavy curds.
||Highfield is clubroot resistant variety and is very vital in areas that have bad clubroot problems.
||Good Autumn production cauliflower bridging the gap between summer and winter cauliflower with good frame structure and curd protection.
||Good early winter cauliflower producing excellent curds with tight wrap.
||Good cauliflower suited for Spring production. Producing high domed curds with good wrapper leaves.
||Excellent winter cauliflower with high rates of first cuts and exceptional curd quality. Strong plant vigour produces all upright frames suiting mid-winter production.
||Mid-winter cauliflower with good quality curds.
||Purple cauliflower with open plant habit.
||All year round
||Summer harvest cauli that has a wide harvest window (December to April). Obiwan to date has shown improved uniformity over tradition varieties such as Summerlove. This variety has good disease tolerance and a strong wrap over dense curds.
||Autumn harvest cauli similar in maturity to Overlord with improved frame size, wrap and curd quality.
||Mid winter harvest cauli suited to cooler regions in NZ. Harvest best from Late July/August and September. Triumphant produces a large frame with excellent wrap that offers some protection to the curd in frosts.
||Year round harvest ( in warmer climates) purple cauliflower with improved frame and disease tolerance compared to Graffiti. Curd colour varies from med purple to a dark purple colour dependant on the time of year. Curd quality is much improved over Graffiti, and maturity is slower and closer that that of traditional white cauliflowers.