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Vegetable Seeds - Broccoli

There is a lot of confusion over the difference between broccoli and calabrese . The easy way for gardeners to remember is that broccoli is an over wintered crop and calabrese produces its crop the same year it is sown, before winter starts.For help in growing broccoli check out our guide here: Grow Your Own Broccoli

Broccoli Seeds

Broccoli Seeds

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Broccoli (Organic) Seeds - Purple Sprouting Early

A very popular and reliable variety. The large plants produce a steady supply of mature shoots throughout March. The purple colour turns bright green when cooked. Harvest March-April.

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Broccoli (Organic) Seeds - Purple Sprouting Early

A very popular and reliable variety. The large plants produce a steady supply of mature shoots throughout March. The purple colour turns bright green when cooked. Harvest March-April.

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Broccoli (Sprouting) Seeds - Rudolph

Harvest September-December from early sowings, but as late as January-February from later sowings in favourable areas. The spears are reliably large, flavoursome, and very good quality. Recommended for deep freezing. Maturing 40 weeks from sowing.

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Broccoli (Sprouting) Seeds - Summer Purple

Broccoli (Sprouting) Seeds - Summer Purple Broccoli (Sprouting) Seeds 'Summer Purple' is a British broccoli variety that has been specially bred for summer and autumn cropping seasons. This means that this type of broccoli does not require a winter season of cold weather to be able to grow a mass of delicious spears! The sturdy stems can grow up to 90cm tall and the plants will produce high yields and bumper crops with regular picking. If you decide to sow successionally, you can harvest your broccoli from July to October. The scrumptious dark-purple headed florets taste their best when steamed, with an excellent sweet and earthy flavour coming through. This is a must-have and flavoursome addition to many home-cooked dishes, including stir-fries or Sunday roasts to pot pies and vegetable soups.

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Broccoli Calabrese (Organic) Seeds - Belstar F1

An early variety for harvest from July. Large distinctive domed head which can weigh 400-500g. Moderate mildew resistance.

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Broccoli Calabrese (Organic) Seeds - Belstar F1

Belstar is a delicious early variety for harvest from July. It's large and distinctive domed heads can weigh 400-500g. After harvesting the central head, you can cut subsequent side shoots for an extra nutritious crop. Hailed as a superfood, Belstar is high in vitamins A & C and a good source of iron. Moderate mildew resistance. Ideal for beds and borders.

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Broccoli Raab Seeds - Quarantina

A very quick alternative to sprouting broccoli, 40-60 days from sowing to harvest. All parts of the plant are edible, stalk, leaves, flower bud and flowers, with a superior broccoli taste.Small to medium heads, hardy and easy to grow.

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Broccoli Seeds - Autumn Spear

An abundance of delicious green spears from September to November. Tom says: The slightly untidy cousin of calabrese, broccoli provides you with the first harvests of the year in January-April. The sweet, earthy flavour complements all kinds of dishes from Asian inspired stir-fries to Sunday roasts.

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Broccoli Seeds - Blue Finn F1

Broccoli Seeds - Blue Finn F1 This classic-looking variety of broccoli is compact in shape and boasts productive plants reaching around 30-45cm tall. If you grow this crop from seed, it will supply a great number of dense florets, weighing up to 500g while remaining tight and full of flavour. 'Blue Finn F1' will not be growing hollow stems but are early maturing and can be harvested from 4 months (June-Sept) from successional sowing. This variety will create multiple small spears once the main head is harvested, hopeful for another abundance of florets to grow again. When harvested, this kind of broccoli is great for eating raw in salads, or equally, tastes fantastic when boiled or roasted.

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Broccoli Seeds - F1 Bellaverde

Want to try something TASTY and DIFFERENT? Quick to cook with no waste? Go for the stem broccoli! You may well have bought this expensive broccoli in the supermarket, but it?s easy to grow your own! Simply steam or lightly boil the spears for a delicious, sweet, melt-in-the-mouth treat. And they?re equally tasty eaten raw! When the main head has been harvested, fresh new shoots develop which, after 10 days, are ready to be picked (and the shoots grow above the plant, so they catch the sunlight). Tom says: The slightly untidy cousin of calabrese, broccoli provides you with the first harvests of the year in January-April. The sweet, earthy flavour complements all kinds of dishes from Asian inspired stir-fries to Sunday roasts. ? ?

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Broccoli Seeds - F1 Green Magic

Cut the smooth, tightly packed rich-green heads and the plants will then produce a good crop of luscious sideshoots! Shows good resistance to White Rust. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Tom says: The slightly untidy cousin of calabrese, broccoli provides you with the first harvests of the year in January-April. The sweet, earthy flavour complements all kinds of dishes from Asian inspired stir-fries to Sunday roasts.

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Broccoli Seeds - F1 Monclano

Produces a main head which, once cut, is followed by tasty side shoots. It is resistant to Club Root and mildew, which is a real plus as both diseases are becoming harder to eradicate as chemical controls have come off the market. ? ? ?

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Broccoli Seeds - F1 Stromboli

A first-class variety producing long, tasty, dark green florets. Resistant to blindness from autumn sowings. Sow successionally for a long harvest season. Long, tasty, dark green florets Excellent for spring or autumn sowing Sow successionally for a long harvest Tom says: The slightly untidy cousin of calabrese, broccoli provides you with the first harvests of the year in January-April. The sweet, earthy flavour complements all kinds of dishes from Asian inspired stir-fries to Sunday roasts.

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Broccoli Seeds - Gemini F1

Broccoli Gemini F1 Easy to grow, it's the quickest broccoli to crop! Gemini is on the quickest broccoli to crop, as quick as 80 days from sowing to harvest. Easy to grow, this variety of broccoli has good disease resistance and produces florets weighing 300-500g each. Reaching heights of 41-50cm (16-20"); spread 41-50cm (16-20"), it's the perfect vegetable for beds and borders or raised beds. Harvesting from late July - mid-November, the broccoli Gemini is a very attractive variety with a luscious green dome shape. After harvesting the main head, side-shoots can be picked and eaten too! Broccoli is packed full of essential vitamins and a good source of iron. Can be cooked or eaten raw, add this variety to your favourite dish or blend for delicious broccoli and stilton soup.

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Broccoli Seeds - Gemini F1

Broccoli Seeds - Gemini F1One of the fastest varieties to crop. Sowing to harvest in just 80 days!Broccoli Seeds - Gemini F1 is one of the fastest broccoli varieties to crop. You can be enjoying Broccoli Gemini F1 just 80 days after sowing! With florets weighing 300?500g each, there will be plenty of broccoli to go around once harvest comes, and once the main head has been harvested, side shoots can also be picked and eaten too.;The Broccoli Seeds - Gemini F1 has a good resistance to disease and produces an attractive rich green dome shape. Perfect to fill your vegetable patch with this season. Cook Broccoli Gemini F1 into your meals or eat it raw for a flavoursome and crunchy snack. With a harvest period between July?mid-November you can enjoy Broccoli Seeds - Gemini F1 for a while. Once established, Broccoli Seeds - Gemini F1 grows to a height of 41?50cm (16?20); spread 41?50cm (16?20).

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Broccoli Seeds - Marathon F1

An outstanding and very adaptable calabrese that will reliably produce a good crop of delicious densely packed heads whatever the weather throws at it! Recommended for deep freezing. (Calabrese variety) Calabrese produces a large central head which should be cut and eaten. Delicious, smaller shoots (Broccoli Spears) will follow from each leaf joint. These should be cut with about15cm (6) of stem.

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Broccoli Seeds - Marathon F1

An outstanding and very adaptable calabrese that will reliably produce a good crop of delicious densely packed heads whatever the weather throws at it! Recommended for deep freezing. (Calabrese variety) Calabrese produces a large central head which should be cut and eaten. Delicious, smaller shoots (Broccoli Spears) will follow from each leaf joint. These should be cut with about15cm (6) of stem.

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Broccoli Seeds - Monclano F1

Calabrese-type broccoli producing a main head which, once cut, is followed by tasty side shoots. Resistant to Club Root and mildew fungal disease, which is a real plus! Improved variety. Harvest July-September.

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Broccoli Seeds - Purple Rain F1

Broccoli Seeds - Purple Rain F1Months of great flavoured, nutritious purple spears!Purple Rain is a British bred, purple-headed stem broccoli, producing a delicious crop from the summer well into the autumn. The main head can be harvested as single broccoli or left to split and form long spears like purple sprouting broccoli. Producing compact broccoli plants compared to purple sprouting broccoli, it is, therefore, better for exposed sites. Easy to grow, it is an exceptionally rewarding brassica and the perfect addition to any home vegetable patch or allotment.Cropping months before purple sprouting broccoli, you will harvest Purple Rain from July through to November. Giving you plenty of time to add this gorgeous vegetable to your favourite summer and autumnal recipes. Add a splash of colour to bed and borders or raised beds. Height 51-60 (20-24"); spread 41-50cm (16-20").

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Broccoli Seeds - Purple Sprouting

Very hardy and reliable. Purple shoots mature March-April. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. 'FOURFOLD' PACKET. Tom says: The slightly untidy cousin of calabrese, broccoli provides you with the first harvests of the year in January-April. The sweet, earthy flavour complements all kinds of dishes from Asian inspired stir-fries to Sunday roasts.

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Broccoli Seeds - Purple Sprouting

Very hardy and reliable. Purple shoots mature March-April. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. 'FOURFOLD' PACKET. Tom says: The slightly untidy cousin of calabrese, broccoli provides you with the first harvests of the year in January-April. The sweet, earthy flavour complements all kinds of dishes from Asian inspired stir-fries to Sunday roasts.

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Broccoli Seeds - Purple Sprouting

Traditional favourite. Hardy and prolific, producing many delicious side shoots. Harvest March-April. Matures 40 weeks from time sowing.

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Broccoli Seeds - Purple Sprouting

Traditional favourite. Hardy and prolific, yields an abundanproducing many delicious side shoots. Harvest March-April. Matures 40 weeks from time sowing.

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Broccoli Seeds - Purple Sprouting Continuity Mix

Enjoy autumn and spring harvests of succulent, tender spears. Contains 50% Summer Purple and 50% Purple Sprouting. ?

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Broccoli Seeds - Purple Sprouting Continuity Mix

Dobies mix of 3 top varieties chosen to give you tasty shoots over a six month+ period of cropping from October-April.

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Broccoli Seeds - Stemia F1

An improved variety with a compact habitThe perfect broccoli for those of you who like to harvest a few stems at a time. Stemia produces a main head that splits into multiple long stems, perfect for cutting a few at a time for each meal, and there's no need to remove the main head to produce multiple stems. This broccoli has a very attractive, dark-green colour after cooking, with an excellent taste. Harvest August-October. Height 80-90cm (31-35); spread 50-60cm (20-24).

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Broccoli Seeds - Stromboli F1

A first-class variety producing long, tasty, dark green florets. Resistant to blindness from autumn sowings. Sow successionally for a long harvest season.

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Brokali Seeds - Apollo F1

Produces a good crop of long, tender, deliciously sweet green shoots, similar to 'sprouting broccoli'. To get more shoots, cut the main heads and increase plant spacing. A cross between European and Chinese broccoli (Kailan). Harvest mid June-September.Toby's tip: I was very impressed on our trials, the plants were vigorous and the yield was very good.

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Wok Broc (Chinese Broccoli) Seeds - Kichi

The perfect, quick-growing, cut and come again veggie! All parts of Wok Broc plants are edible and it is extensively used in Cantonese cuisine. Stalks can be cooked like asparagus, leaves can be used in salads or like spinach in stir-fries, flower buds are eaten like sprouting broccoli and even the flowers are edible and tasty in a salad. Similar in taste to broccoli, but with a hint of kale, Wok Broc can be harvested in only 8-10 weeks and can be grown throughout the winter in a cold greenhouse. Usually grown as an annual but, if cut down to 7cm and kept protected, plants should re-sprout in spring. Tolerant to downy mildew.

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