Florina is a generative variety and grows well, given the right soil and temperature conditions. It needs to be planted in fresh soil. The structure of the soil needs to be in a perfect condition and free of wet spots. Florina can be grown both on raised beds and in open fields. In substrates it can be grown with quite a high plant density, but it is important to strike abalance between the growth of the leaves and the fruit. The higher the plant density, the earlier it will be necessary to start pruning the leaves. Early plantings are viable, but the soil temperature must be at least 7-8 °C. In spring, the temperature must be at least 12 °C and climbing, otherwise the plants will have to be covered. Unlike most other varieties, Florina needs to be planted quite shallowly. The rhizome of the plants should always be free from the soil. On table tops we recommend 6-8 plants per metre with frigo plants.