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Broccoli

Broccoli is best grown as a cool weather crop. As it matures fairly quickly broccoli is often a double crop for spring and fall. Although broccoli can be directly sown outdoors, usually the best results often come from starting indoors for both early and late crops. For early varieties plant 0.3 inches deep 5-8 weeks before transplanting generally around time of last frost. For late varieties start early to mid summer timing crop to mature before cold weather. Broccoli needs a rich soil with consistent moisture.



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Broccoli Calabrese Precoce

Broccoli Calabrese Precoce

Early production of numerous sprouts, medium-green inflorescences and wonderful flavour. Quicker to harvest and great for short season gardening....
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Broccoli Ramoso Calabrese

Broccoli Ramoso Calabrese

Old reliable heirloom variety, light green plants, 3-4 inches green central head, lots of medium sized side shoots, non-uniform in maturity, more...
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Broccoli Spigariello A Getti di Napoli

Broccoli Spigariello A Getti di Napoli

Very well known in Europe, has small narrow bushy leaves on a medium sized plant. Has many small tops that will resprout when cut. Leaves are used...
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Broccolo Friulano - Collard Greens

Broccolo Friulano - Collard Greens

Member of the kale family. This variety has large dark green tender leaves, with tough stems. Great for cooler climates. Seeds/package: 600-700...
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