When we talk about vegetables we refer to a vast grouping of edible products of vegetable origin, classified according to the portion of the plant that is going to be consumed. Vegetables cover a very important share of food diets, they represent a natural source of fiber and vitamins. Cultivation aims to protect the environment, the water resource and the health of the consumer through sustainable agronomic techniques.
Belonging to the cruciferous family, it is the classic Mediterranean vegetable, it is grown mainly in Calabria, Puglia, Basilicata and Lazio.
Belonging to the Liliaceae family, the asparagus probably originating from the Fertile Crescent is a vegetable grown mostly in Mediterranean areas including Italy.
Crunchy and consistent fruit, bright green in the immature phase which then turns red or yellow depending on the variety, square shape, weight about 200 grams. Belonging to the Solanaceae family, it differs from the type of chillies, due to the larger size of the fruits and the lower percentage of capsaicin (substance responsible for the spicy taste).
The aubergine belongs to the Solanaceae botanical family, that is, those plants whose growth is strongly linked to light intensity, and therefore to the Sun. ROUND Medium-early cycle, round-oval fruit with a bright dark purple color. Availability from July to November. LONG Vigorous plant, tall, with elongated cylindrical black fruit.
Plant belonging to the cucurbit family, bushy, vigorous, with high productivity. Cylindrical fruit, glossy green, of variable color depending on the variety.
Vigorous plant with regular round inflorescence, size of about 1 kg of pure white color thanks to the covering foliar apparatus.
It belongs to the Cruciferae family, it is native to Asia Minor and from here it was imported and cultivated already in Roman times in various areas of the Mediterranean. Broccoli is nothing more than an ecotype, which has adapted to our environment, of the classic broccoli cabbage.