|Lancashire cauli man Peter Ashcroft with a healthy handful|
|My "early warning" garden cauli plants|
|Without a sun tan|
|With a tan|
|There's Claire now|
This is the main reason why Winter Roscoffs are not growing all over the fields of North Dublin as they did for generations previous to ours and why local cauli farmers like Peter Ashcroft are fast becoming extinct in these islands. They're very definitely not a protected species and with them into extinction goes the lifetime of knowledge and skill that goes with dedicating a lifetime to one food plant.
Like anything else in this day and age, you’re going to have to try much harder in future if you want to get a head.