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Broccoli

(B. oleracea) Start heirloom broccoli seeds for transplants 4-6 weeks prior to desired transplanting date. Seedlings need bright artificial light or full sun; a cold frame is ideal. Set the plants in the garden about 4 weeks before last frost date in the spring, or about 4-6 weeks before first frost when fall-planting. Plants need rich soil and abundant moisture to produce a good crop. After the main head is harvested, plants often produce smaller florets over a long season. Always harvest broccoli just before the first flowers open. Spring plantings often bolt to seed in hot summer weather.

 
 
Broccoli

Rapini Broccoli

BR103
(B. rapa) An Italian non-heading broccoli grown for flavorful, asparagus-like... Read More
         
 
 
$2.00
 
calabrese broccoli

Calabrese Green Sprouting Broccoli

BR101
An Italian heirloom brought to America in the 1880s; 5”-8” heads and many... Read More
         
 
 
$2.50
 
Purple Sprouting Broccoli

Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli

BR102
An English heirloom variety, bred for overwintering. Produces lots of purple... Read More
         
 
 
$2.50
 
 
Waltham 29

Waltham 29 Broccoli

BR105
Standard type, produces 4-8” green heads that are nicely flavored. Compact... Read More
         
 
 
$2.50
 
Broccoli

Purple Peacock Broccoli

BR107
70 days. We’re so excited to offer this excellent new broccoli, a recent... Read More
         
 
 
$2.50
 
Romanesco Italia Broccoli

Romanesco Italia Broccoli

BR104
The true and popular Italian heirloom with spiraling, apple-green heads... Read More
         
 
 
$2.75
 
 
Broccoli

Umpquah Broccoli

BR106
80 days. An early broccoli that produces large green heads. Excellent... Read More
         
 
 
$3.00
 
 
 
 
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