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Cauliflower F1 'Veronica' - Brassica oleracea Romanesco


Hardiness

Cool-season vegetable

USDA Zones 3 and warmer

Climate Map

Good spring and fall crop in cool-spring areas, and a good winter vegetable in mild climates
Light

Full sun
Soil

Rich, well drained with plenty of calcium and compost worked in, ideal pH is 6.0-7.0
Water

Regular watering
Habit

Space plants 18-36 inches (45-90 cm) apart
Head

The cones form 6 to 7-inch (15-17.8 cm) heads


Comments:

Unique, sea green cauliflower that produces spiral, cone-shaped florets. Tastes great both raw and cooked. Harvest full size 77 days from transplant or earlier for mini-head.

Sources:

It's often hard to list definite sources. Ask for them at:
  • Online vegetable and flower seed websites
  • Mail order seed catalogs
  • Seed packets in retail stores
  • Or as bedding plants at garden centers


 






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