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Seeds of purple Cauliflower variety Sicily Purple with a great taste and color

Seeds of purple Cauliflower variety Sicily Purple with a great taste and color
Seeds of purple Cauliflower variety Sicily Purple with a great taste and color
  • Model: S003029
  • Packing / number of seeds: 4 g seeds of violet cauliflower variety Sicily Violet are contained in one pack.
  • Sowing rate: About 60 to 70 grams per 1 acre of area.
  • Yield.
  • Sowing period: Violet cauliflower variety is medium early. If you wish to have early production from it, sow the seed - 25.01-30.01, and for late production - 25.05-01.06.
  • After the formation of two or three leaves.
  • 70/35-40 cm.
  • From 110 to 130 days.
  • Sicily Violet is an exotic cauliflower variety. It forms large heads (average weight about 1,1-1,2 kg) with an extravagant purple colour. Perfect taste. Interestingly, the purple cauliflower turns a deep green when cooked.

If you are a fan of Italian vegetables, we are happy to offer you the opportunity to pick some thanks to the online shop Namely, the seeds we have described above are seeds of violet cauliflower variety Silizia Violet. These are seeds of purple cauliflower. Interesting is the fact that its colour can change when cooked.

The good news for everyone is that even if you are new to growing vegetables you will easily get the hang of it because it is relatively easy to look after. The purple cauliflower is not fussy about the soil in which you sow it, although it is a good idea to make sure it is fertile. Relatively, you will need about 60 to 70 grams of seed to sow an acre of space.

To get a good medium early harvest, sow the seeds in late January - 25.01-30.01, for a late harvest, late May and early June or more precisely - 25.05-01.06

Whenever you decide to sow the seeds of this tasty vegetable, we advise the following.

It is a good idea to observe the requirement that the soil depth should be 1,5 to 2 centimetres.

You will have to wait about 50 days from sowing the seeds of Sicily Violet purple cauliflower until planting them out. Once two leaves have appeared on the plants, you can proceed with transplanting. These should be spaced about 70 centimetres apart. And 35 to 40 centimetres between the newly sprouted vegetables themselves. The growing season of this cauliflower variety is 110 to 130 days.

Cauliflower Silizia Violette grows well in cool weather, and is also well affected by moisture in the air and soil, so you need to ensure constant watering.

The purple colour of Sicilia Violet makes it a favourite with children too. The colour attracts them and the taste fascinates. It can be easily picked and then cleaned as it is dense and does not get mushy. Its beautiful shape also suggests using violet cauliflower as a decoration for main dishes.

In addition to being eaten fresh, 'Silizia Violet' can be successfully canned. In combination with organic carrots, for example. In this way, you can enjoy the greens even in the cold winter months.

A very tasty pickle, for example, is obtained if you can purple cauliflower, cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, green tomato together. This version of pickles is probably the most common one made by generations of Bulgarians. Lovers of canned pickles love the ingredients, even prefer to have a bite of them not only in the winter period.

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