Green Calabrese Broccoli 500 Seeds




Heirloom
Hardy Annual
Brought to the US by Italian immigrants at the turn of the century
Days to Maturity: 60-90
Full Sun

 

 

Calabrese Broccoli
Brassica oleracea
Heirloom
Hardy Annual
Brought to the US by Italian immigrants at the turn of the century, this is a great broccoli for the home garden. Dark green plant with a blue-green head. Plant remains productive after harvest of the head, continuing to produce many side shoots until a hard freeze. For fresh use and freezing. Loves cool weather. Does best when transplanted outside mid-spring or late summer. During germination, keep entire seedbed evenly moist. Harvesting tips. Harvest main head at its peak size. Just before the flowers open. Side shoots will develop.

Planting Depth: 1/4″-1/2″
Soil Temp. for Germ.: 55-85 F
Days to Germ.: 5-14
Plant Spacing: 18″
Days to Maturity: 60-90
Full Sun
Moderate Water

Green Calabrese Broccoli 500 Seeds
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