Broccoli Spigariello A Getti di Napoli

Broccoli Spigariello A Getti di Napoli

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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

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Sowing Instructions :

Plants mature quickly and grow best in cooler weather. Both early and late crops are possible. For early crops, start seeds indoors in a soil-less mix from late March to early April. Set out the transplants in late April and early May spacing them about 45 cm (18″) apart in rows 90 cm (3′) apart. Fertilizing is essential, keep weeded and evenly watered. Broccoli may become top heavy as the heads form, staking may be required. Harvest the main head when the buds are tight and compact, well before flowering. Flowering will signal an end to head production.
150-160 Seeds/Package Untreated

Additional Information :
Day To Maturity

60-65 Days

Fruit Size

10-12 inches

Height

12-16 inches

Sowing

Direct Sow

Spread

14-18 inches

Sun

Full Sun

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