Broccoli Calabrese Precoce0 out of 5$2.99
Green Sprouting Broccoli heirloom vegetable. This favourite Broccoli has been cultivated for many years. This garden favourite is native to the Mediterranean regions, but has migrated throughout the world to become a Market and Home gardeners choice. Broccoli are high in vitamins A and C, folic acid and iron, contains high levels of cancer fighting compound sulforaphane. This old Italian variety matures early and is surprisingly easy to grow. Produces heavy vigorous crops of large solid central heads with numerous medium size lateral heads produced later in the season. 150-200 Seeds/Package Open pollinated.
Broccoli Ramoso Riccio di Sarno0 out of 5$2.99
Delicious early and late season heirloom favourite. Widely used around early 1900’s, this variety become popular by the many Italian immigrants. A deliciously old-fashioned Broccoli, it boasts dark bluish-green central heads about 5″ across. Tall, erect, 30-36″ plants give way to multiple side shoots once the central head is cut. Harvest 60-90 days after transplant.
150-200 Seeds/Package Untreated
Broccoli Spigariello A Getti di Napoli0 out of 5$2.99
Very well known variety in Europe, has many small narrow bushy leaves on a medium sized plant. Numerous small tops will re-sprout when cut. Leaves are used much like Spinach, often in soups and stews. Very tasty variety can be sown in Autumn and will germinate to harvest in early-mid Spring season coming. 150-200 Seeds/Package Untreated
Collard Greens Broccolo Fruilano0 out of 5$2.99
Plant grown for it’s abundance of leaf shoots and fantastic flavours. It’s a terrific cooking green rich in flavour, texture and nutrition. Enjoy steamed, braised, or stir-fried. Enhanced flavour of the tender leaves improves with a light frost. Plant in spring and again in late summer for a fall to winter harvest.
500-700 Seeds/Package Untreated