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Heirloom broccolis are outstanding compared to what you’ll find at the grocery store. Do your kids hate broccoli? Heirloom varieties are tender and sweet, without the strong bitter flavor associated with broccoli. Most heirloom varieties produce lots of side-shoots, so we recommend leaving the plant in the ground after the initial harvest. You will be able to harvest miniature broccoli heads every week for the rest of the season.

Items marked with a star are Annie's Favorites.

Minimum 200 seeds per packet unless otherwise noted in the product description.

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  • Calabrese Broccoli
    $2.00 Calabrese Broccoli
    58-90 day.  Brought to America in 1880 by Italian immigrants, Calabrese produces a tightly packed head up to 8 inches in diameter.  After the initial head is harvested, it produces many side shoots up to the first...
  • Calabrese Broccoli - Organic
    $3.50 Calabrese Broccoli - Organic
    58-90 day.  Brought to America in 1880 by Italian immigrants, Calabrese produces a tightly packed head up to 8 inches in diameter.  After the initial head is harvested, it produces many side shoots up to the first...
  • Di Cicco Broccoli *
    $2.00 Di Cicco Broccoli *
    48 day.   A wonderful Italian heirloom broccoli.  It produces a small central head and lots of side shoots.  It is both tender and flavorful, with a great, slightly sweet broccoli flavor.   Minimum...
  • Di Cicco Broccoli - Bulk *
    $4.50 Di Cicco Broccoli - Bulk *
    48 day.   A wonderful Italian heirloom broccoli.  It produces a small central head and lots of side shoots.  It is both tender and flavorful, with a great, slightly sweet broccoli flavor.   Minimum...
  • Di Cicco Broccoli - Organic
    $3.50 Di Cicco Broccoli - Organic
    48 day.   A wonderful Italian heirloom broccoli.  It produces a small central head and lots of side shoots.  It is both tender and flavorful, with a great, slightly sweet broccoli flavor.   Minimum...
  • Kailaan Chinese Broccoli
    $2.00 Kailaan Chinese Broccoli
    60-70 days.  A popular Chinese vegetable, Kailaan is eaten for it's delicious leaves and stalks.  Add to any of your stir fries for a simple and easy dinner.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet...
  • Purple Sprouting Broccoli
    $2.00 Purple Sprouting Broccoli
    200 day.  Purple Sprouting Broccoli produces a purple head which turns green upon cooking.  It's best when planted in the fall for early spring harvests.  It overwinters well in moderate climates.  It can...
  • Spring Rapini Broccoli Raab
    $2.00 Spring Rapini Broccoli Raab
    40-50 days.  Grown more for its florets with the flavor of mustard greens, broccoli, and a hint of bitterness, this variety is best grown for early spring or late fall production.  It tends to bolt in the heat of...
  • Waltham Broccoli
    $2.00 Waltham Broccoli
    85-92 day.   A good choice for fall harvest, Waltham was developed around 1950 in Massachusetts.  It produces a nice, compact central head and lots of side shoots.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet...
  • Waltham Broccoli - Bulk
    $4.50 Waltham Broccoli - Bulk
    85-92 day.   A good choice for fall harvest, Waltham was developed around 1950 in Massachusetts.  It produces a nice, compact central head and lots of side shoots.   Minimum of 1000 seeds...
  • Waltham Broccoli - Organic
    $3.25 Waltham Broccoli - Organic
    85-92 day.   A good choice for fall harvest, Waltham was developed around 1950 in Massachusetts.  It produces a nice, compact central head and lots of side shoots.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet...
  • Zamboni Rapini Broccoli Raab
    $2.50 Zamboni Rapini Broccoli Raab
    65-75 days.  Grown for its florets, Zamboni is a warmer weather broccoli raab.  It takes longer to mature, but is less likely to bolt and produces many side shoots, making it a great choice for summer production...