Plant it in March. Harvest in April! Withstands freezing and frosts, likes the cold. This crop came as a gift from first generation "eyetalians" who really have a great relationship with Mother Nature and the kitchen table ( not to mention the home brewed Cabernet). Americans have lost their agricultural roots, let's get 'em back!!!
David Benjamin- horticulture degree North Carolina State University graduated 1983, has worked at the nursery since 1976. Somewhat tired of eating grocery store food.