This traditional variety forming beautiful large and dense apple is ideal for summer-autumn crops. It keeps well after harvest especially if you leave a few leaves at the base.
To absorb cooking odors cauliflower, please place a crust of bread in the bottom of your pot.
1. Sowing: Sow from January to March (under cover), until June.
2. Thinning: Once your seedlings have two "true" leaves, pull the smallest and keep only the strongest to leave only cabbage every 10 cm. 5 weeks after planting date, plant them in the ground at 40 cm distance.
3. Harvest: Harvest from June to October.
Cauliflower like the nearby celery because it protects it from pests.