"Trevi F1" cauliflower (Brassica oleracea convar. botrytis) is an original variety that develops round, compact, green heads that stand out with exceptional taste and durability. Cauliflower is a valued, low-calorie, digestible vegetable. It contains large amounts of fibre, protein, vitamins C, A, B1 and B2, as well as calcium and iron. It is particularly recommended to children, as well as senior and ill people, because it does not invoke allergic reactions. Heads of the "Trevi F1" cauliflower are suited for direct consumption - cooked and for freezing.
Seeds of the "Trevi F1" cauliflower should be sown from January to March to pots, into a warm hotbed or under plastic foil tunnel. The hardened seedlings are transplanted to the permanent site in April-May in 50 x 50 cm spacings. As soon as the plants start to develop florets, you have to protect them from sunlight. For that purpose you need to tie the leaves so they cover the head completely. The heads are harvested gradually, as they reach crop maturity, from July to September. Cauliflowers should be grown on sunny sites in fertile, permeable, moist soils rich in humus and mineral nutrients that have neutral reaction.
One package contains 0.1 g of the "Trevi F1" cauliflower seeds, as well as the sow-by date and growing instructions.
- Weight: 0.1 g
- Use: direct consumption - cooked; freezing
- Harvest time: July - September
- Growth form: heads
- Site: sunny; fertile, permeable, moist soil rich in humus and mineral nutrients with a neutral reaction