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Brassica oleracea var. botrytris (Cauliflower vegetable)

Brassica oleracea var. botrytris – Cauliflower vegetable  - It is a glabrous, erect, annual or biennial herb that may grow about 80-130 cm tall. The plant grows best in organically rich, fertile (high in nitrogen), consistently moist, well-composted and well-drained loams. The plant has tap root system with un-branched, waxy stem thickening upwards. Leaves are medium to large in size and are broad, flat, and oblong in shape. The dark green leaves are thick, fibrous, and stiff with a leathery texture. There is also a prominent central midrib with many small veins spreading throughout the leaf, and the midrib attaches to a dense, green, erect stem. Romanesco leaves are crisp and chewy with an earthy, nutty, and slightly bitter flavor that becomes sweetened when cooked. Leaves are medium to large in size and are broad, flat, and oblong in shape. The dark green leaves are thick, fibrous, and stiff with a leathery texture. Family: Brassicaceae  

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