Brassica oleraceae (Botrytis Group) 'Violencia'
This plant has no fragrance
Cauliflower 'Violencia' Overview
A member of the Brassica family that produces large compacted flower heads. The edible flower heads are violet to purple in colour. It is well known for its culinary use and nutritional value.
Common problems with Cauliflower 'Violencia'
Pests include cabbageworms, aphids and harlequin bugs. Diseases include clubroot and black rot.
Cauliflower 'Violencia' Companion Plants
Spinach, celery, onions, rosemary, sage, borage
How to harvest Cauliflower 'Violencia'
Harvest the flower heads, more or less 3 months after sowing the seeds, once the heads are fully developed and compact.
How to propagate Cauliflower 'Violencia'
The seeds should be sowed during summer at a depth of 10 to 15 mm beneath the ground. They should be spaced at 70cm from one another. The time until germination is 10-14 days.
Special features of Cauliflower 'Violencia'
Other uses of Cauliflower 'Violencia'