Sister variety of Toscana, this plant grows large pink flowers, produces many runners and very sweet conical fruits. Ideal for pots, hanging baskets or in the garden. Produces fruits all summer long.
May to September
edible plant, flower box / pot, hanging plant,
CULTURE: Start indoors for best results. Start under glass or plastic and keep moist. Germination will occur after 3 - 4 weeks at 18 °C. Lightly cover the seeds with vermiculite. Once sprouted, maintain at cool temperatures (night temperatures at 10 °C). Transplant outside using a greenhouse tunnel or plastic non-heated tunnels. Requires lots of light.
bean, borage, chives, corn salad, cress, endive, garlic, lettuce, leek, onion, sage, shallot, spinach, thyme, tomato, turnip
broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprout, cauliflower
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