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Broccoli

Sweet and tender, heirloom broccoli is a wonderful summer treat.  Grow it for its central head as well as the delicious side shoots that produce throughout the season.  

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  • Brassica Buddies Mix

      When we were looking to plant a lot of cabbage, we raided the seeds and mixed up everything we knew would help deter cabbage moths.  And it did!  I like to plant rows of my brassicas (cabbage family), and then scatter the Brassica...

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  • 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 hard frost.   Minimum...

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  • Di Cicco Broccoli

    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 of 200 seeds per packet...

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  • Di Cicco Broccoli - Organic

    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 of 200 seeds per packet...

    $3.75
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  • Waltham 29 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.   PLANTING...

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  • Waltham 29 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.   PLANTING...

    $3.50
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  • 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.   Minimum of 200 seeds...

    $3.00