Broccoli

Please refer to Broccoli Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: Open-pollinated varieties, 2 g (average 600 seeds) sows 50' direct seeded or 350' as transplants. Hybrids, 0.3 g (average 60 seeds).




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Calabrese (Italian Green Sprouting) Broccoli 2 g

Calabrese (Italian Green Sprouting) Broccoli 2 g

58 days. [Brought to U.S. by Italian gardeners, introduced to seed trade 1914-1918.] Produces central head (3-6 in. diameter) plus many side shoots. Pkt (2 g).
$2.25

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De Cicco Broccoli 2 g

De Cicco Broccoli 2 g

49-78 days. [~1890.] Produces a 3-6 in. diameter central head and side sprouts which extend the harvest period. Use the young leaves like collard greens once the head is a quarter developed. Plants are light green and of medium height. May be planted in the early spring, late summer, or early fall....
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De Cicco Broccoli 28 g

De Cicco Broccoli 28 g

49-78 days. [~1890.] Produces a 3-6 in. diameter central head and side sprouts which extend the harvest period. Use the young leaves like collard greens once the head is a quarter developed. Plants are light green and of medium height. May be planted in the early spring, late summer, or early fall....
$5.50

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Green Goliath Broccoli 2 g

Green Goliath Broccoli 2 g

Small crop, now sold out for 2015* 55 days. Produces a large central head plus numerous side shoots after the first harvest. Developed for home gardens, it matures over a three-week period. The blue-green central head has tight buds. Plant for spring or fall...
$2.75

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Ice-Bred Rapini Broccoli Raab 1 g

Ice-Bred Rapini Broccoli Raab 1 g

(Brassica rapa) A broccoli raab that’s Fall planted for early spring harvests of sweet and tender flowers and leaves. Plants will grow best in cool fall temperatures of 26-40°F, then slow down for winter (plants are hardy to 6°F), before putting on fresh growth and flower buds in...
$2.75

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Nutri-Bud Broccoli 2 g

Nutri-Bud Broccoli 2 g

55-70 days. [Developed by Alan Kapuler.] Vigorous 24 in. plants produce 4-6 in. heads over a long period with moderate side shoot production. The plants are high in free glutamines, one of the building blocks of protein. Good for spring or Fall planting. Pkt (2 g).
$2.50

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Sorrento Broccoli Raab 2 g

Sorrento Broccoli Raab 2 g

(Brassica rapa) 45 days. One of the earliest broccoli raab to mature. Its uniform 3-4 in. florets, leaves, and stems can be harvested well into winter. Pkt (2 g).
$2.50

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Sorrento Broccoli Raab 28 g

Sorrento Broccoli Raab 28 g

(Brassica rapa) 45 days. One of the earliest broccoli raab to mature. Its uniform 3-4 in. florets, leaves, and stems can be harvested well into winter. (28 g)
$7.50

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Tendergreen - hybrid Broccoli 0.3 g

Tendergreen - hybrid Broccoli 0.3 g

Waiting for seed from grower, hope to have by 3/31/15* 54 days. Uniform 6-7 in., semi-domed, blue-green heads. Good for early broccoli crops and for summer seeding for Fall harvests. Pkt (0.3 g)
$2.50

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Thompson Broccoli 2 g

Thompson Broccoli 2 g

70-92 days. [From OP broccoli breeder Tim Peters.] Medium to large dark green heads, vigorous with fine flavor. Extended harvest period thanks to variable maturity. Generally planted in mid-summer for Fall harvest, but we’ve had success planting it in early spring. Pkt (2 g).
$2.50

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Thompson Broccoli 28g

Thompson Broccoli 28g

70-92 days. [From OP broccoli breeder Tim Peters.] Medium to large dark green heads, vigorous with fine flavor. Extended harvest period thanks to variable maturity. Generally planted in mid-summer for Fall harvest, but we’ve had success planting it in early spring. (28 g)
$9.50

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Umpqua Broccoli 2 g

Umpqua Broccoli 2 g

95 days. [Tim Peters, 1990] Great Fall variety. Dark green heads average 5-6 in. with good side shoot production. Pkt (2 g).
$2.50

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Waltham 29 Broccoli 2 g

Waltham 29 Broccoli 2 g

74 days. [1954] Widely adapted, drought-tolerant variety for Fall crops. 4-8 in. diameter head holds for a long time. Also produces sideshoots for 6-8 weeks after harvest of the main head. Low, compact plant has a distinctive slate-green color. Good freezing variety. Pkt (2 g).
$2.25

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