A rustic and very productive variety, giving very large flat and firm apples, widely used for sauerkraut. It can easily be harvested until early winter.
Use: Gustatif - Vegetable square, vegetable garden
Profit: For winter harvests
Companion plants: Cauliflower likes the proximity of aromatic herbs, as their presence repels most cabbage parasites.
Planting period: March to mid-June
Harvest period: August to December
Lift: 5 days
Temperature: 15 degrees C
Soil: Rich, deep and fresh
Seeds: 600 seeds
Yield: Up to 40 feet
1. I sow:
Sow from March to mid-June, on the fly, in a fine and rich land.
2. I talk:
Replant the most vigorous plants to leave only one every 15 cm. When your cabbages have 5-6 leaves, plant them in the ground 40 x 50 cm away.
3. I harvest:
Harvest from August to December.
The cauliflower is excellent raw grated, in salad, or well cooked, in soup.
When transplanting, bury the plant to the first leaves, to allow the development of additional roots, to obtain vigorous vegetation.