Broccoli

Brassica oleracea
Direct seed outdoors  as soon as the chance of hard frost has passed or start indoors 4-6 weeks before planting out date. Sow seed .5 cm deep and keep moist until seedlings emerge. Space plants 20-30 cm apart in rows spaced 45 cm apart. Fertile, moist soil and cool weather produces the best broccoli. Spring, early summer and fall crops are the best quality. Harvest the main head and allow side shoots to develop for ongoing harvest. If flea beetles are a problem, cover young plants with row covers.

Green Sprouting Calabrese

Price
$3.50
Packet Size
~100 Seeds
Days to Maturity:
48 days

This is a great heirloom broccoli that is well adapted to the home garden as it has a long harvest season

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Waltham 29

Price
$3.50
Packet Size
~100 Seeds
Days to Maturity:
90 days

This cold-hardy broccoli is especially good for fall harvests. It was developed to handle the increasing cold temperatures of fall.

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