Romanesco Italia Fractal Broccoli Seeds
Rare exotic variety! Exciting to grow.
Romanesco Broccoli is also called Fractal, Broccoli Apple and Cauliflower with Turrets. It is a Mediterranean plant, native to Italy, especially of Rome and is an Italian cousin of broccoli and cauliflower. It is a very decorative and ornamental broccoflower with exotic taste. You can even grow it in the flower garden and admire it. Romanesco is rich in vitamin C and minerals. It has a mild taste than other cauliflowers and slightly sweet flavor.
Seed sowing is done in spring and summer. If growing romanesco in cooler zones, sow the seeds 4 – 6 weeks prior to planting outside. Sow the seeds 1/4" deep. When planting the seedlings outside leave 2 feet of space in all directions.
If growing in subtropical and tropical zones you can plant in fall or in winter.