ORANGE BUD (Eletta Campana) is a historical Italian variety that has been grown throughout Italy for centuries, especially in Campania.
It is a genetics that has been developed to produce biomass, but also produces satisfactory quantities for seed and inflorescence.
This variety is characterized by the antithesis of late flowering, which makes it suitable for the growing area of the southern regions. Another morphological feature that uniquely distinguishes the variety from similar ones is the size of the leaves, which are among the largest laminate.
Below is a list of key features:
Adaptation to climate change: Northern, Central, Southern Europe
Vegetative cycle: 160/180 days
Height: 2.5 – 6.5 meters
Full flowering: August