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Bloemkool Alpha 7
Cauliflower Alpha is slightly difficult to grow, but it is very tasty! This variety produces big, firm, white heads. For optimal white crops you should cover the crop against coloring.
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Bloemkool ‘Flora Blanca’
Cauliflower Flora Blanca is an old Dutch variety. It is one of the few varieties that do not produce a yellowish head, but a beautiful white one. Flora Blanca is most suited for autumn cultivation as this is easier compared to cultivation in summers.
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Boerenkool Westlandse Winter
This curly kale variety Westlandse Winter is a middle-high kale with green to dark green leaves. Growing this kale is easy. It can remain on the field during winter and obtains a sweeter taste when there was frost.
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Broccoli Groene Calabrese
The broccoli Green Calabrese is closely related to cauliflower, although the leaves are more narrow and waved. Both the head, side shoots and sprouts can be eaten.
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Chinese kool Granaat
The Chinese cabbage Granaat produces big, long, green crops. Chinese cabbage cannot withstand a lot of frost and is sensitive to early bolting. This type of cabbage requires a nutritious and moist soil that is not too acid.
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Koolrabi Delikatess Blauwe
Kohlrabi Delicatesse Blue gives nice blue purple tubers with white fruit flesh. Kohlrabi is a fast growing crop with a lovely taste and can be eaten both cooked as raw (in crudités).
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Koolrabi Delikatess witte
Kohlrabi Delicatesse White gives nice light green tubers with white fruit flesh. Kohlrabi is a fast growing crop with a lovely taste and can be eaten both cooked as raw (in crudités).
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