100 Seeds w/Instructions
A Vegetable after Seuss's heart. This fractal preeminent Italian heirloom variety was first documented in Italy in the 16th century. Widely grown and prized in Italy. Grows exceptionally well in cool northern areas.
'Romanesco's crisp, beautiful apple-green spiraled florets impart an amazing flavor and nutty taste. Most often enjoyed raw, the broccoli, if lightly steamed or baked, will retain its delicious flavor and unique texture.
Other Names: Roman cauliflower, Broccolo Romanesco, Romanesque cauliflower, Romanesco, Fractial Broccoli, Seuss vegetables, Seuss edible garden