1. Choose the right spot: Cauliflower grows best in well-draining soil and in a sunny spot with plenty of direct sunlight for most of the day. It also prefers cooler temperatures so if you live in an area with hot summers, be sure to choose a spot that gets plenty of shade during the hottest parts of the day.
2. Give it plenty of nutrients: To get the biggest heads from your cauliflower, give them lots of nutrition! Before planting, amend your soil with compost or other organic matter and use a balanced fertilizer throughout its growth cycle.
3. Plant the seeds properly: Cauliflower seeds need to be planted at least 1/2 inch deep and spaced 4-6 inches apart. Make sure that each seed has enough room to grow without being crowded out by other plants.
4. Water regularly: Keeping your cauliflower well-watered is key to having big heads! Water regularly, but don't overdo it - too much water can cause the heads to split open or rot away before they are ready for harvesting.
5. Cover up your crop: When your cauliflowers start to form their heads, you should cover them with cheesecloth or paper bags in order to keep them white and prevent pests from getting in there and destroying them before harvest time!
By following these tips you will have bigger, healthier cauliflowers that are ready for harvesting in no time!