Brassica oleracea

Broccoli is historically a cool weather crop. Start seeds inside in the early spring for a summer crop and in late summer for a late fall crop. Transplant outdoors when the plants have developed four or five leaves or sow seeds directly in warm, moist soil. Fresh broccoli is full of vitamins and minerals and should be part of everyone's home kitchen garden. Cup for cup it has about the same amount of vitamin C as oranges and as much calcium as milk. It is also gaining a reputation as a cancer fighter. Excellent served raw when young and tender as a garnish in a green salad, steamed, either alone or with your favorite cream or cheese sauce, or roasted.

Each packet contains 0.5 gram or approximately 125 seeds.
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Di Ciccio Broccoli
An old Italian heirloom broccoli. Compact plants.
Early Fall Rapini (Broccoli Raab)<br><b>SOLD OUT for 2021</b>
Enjoyed steamed, grilled and sautéed.
Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli
Over-wintering with many small purple heads.
Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli
Old standard and garden mainstay.
Romanesco Broccoli
Whoa! Check out the fractal pattern of the heads. Beautiful and delicious.
Sorrento Broccoli Raab<br><b>SOLD OUT for 2021</b>
Early spring-type rapini. Enjoy steamed, grilled and sauted.
Spring Rapini (Broccoli Raab)
A spring-type rapini. Enjoy steamed, grilled and sautéed.
Waltham 29 Broccoli
A great variety for late summer or fall harvests.

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