It is a winter vegetable grown in yellow or white flowering, annual, biennial and perennial, mostly grown in the Mediterranean countries. He likes moderate-cool, foggy, rainy, humid climates.
Excessive heat and drought make it hard for the lobster's belly linkage, hardening the leaves. Clay needs deep, cool and strong soil. The need for nitrogenous debris is high. The easy core connection needs potas in excess to be able to withstand the winter better and to have its own taste.