Cauliflower Veronica Y.R. (Romanesco) F1

Cauliflower Veronica Y.R. (Romanesco) F1

Product code : 65-3881-01B


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Recommendations :
Indoor sowing : 8 weeks before transplanting in the garden. (*)
(*) From 7 to 10 days after the date of the last ground frost.

Romanesco type. Lime green pointed heads that show a nice uniformity. An interesting and unusual vegetable to grow.

maturity after tranplantation (days)


Head shape


Plant size


Harvest season



Lime green



Green Thumb

Cultural practices : cauliflower, more than any other vegetable, is affected by climate and grows best in cool weather. For an early harvest, sow them in a greenhouse between early February and mid-March, the young seedlings must be hardened before transplanting them to the garden or sowing them in the ground as soon as the soil allows. For a fall harvest, sow cauliflower in open ground between early and mid-June

Soil : cauliflower prefers fertile soil and needs moisture. Plant them in full sun with light shade.

Spacing : Plant them at a depth of 6 mm to 13 mm, as far apart as possible. When the seedlings are 10 cm high, thin out to 45 cm to 50 cm in rows spaced 60 cm to 90 cm apart.

Growing tips : for varieties that do not have self-covering foliage, tie the foliage to cover the center, to prevent sun scorch of the plant.

Harvest : harvest it when the head is firm and the desired size.

Consult our technical sheet

Growing plants from seeds


Rival plant

chive, garlic, savory, strawberry, tomato

Companion plants

borage, bean, beet, celery,dill, marjoram, mint, onion, oregano, potato, rosemary, sage, thyme

They fit good together