Broccoli is an excellent cool-climate vegetable. The Waltham 29 variety is hearty and well suited for the Northwest and Northeastern climates. It produces an excellent bounty – great with a little garlic and olive oil… maybe some cheese. Yum.
The Waltham 29 variety of Broccoli plants are a compact and stocky variety. They have dark blue-green solid heads and large crops of side shoots. This variety is an excellent fall broccoli that can survive dry spells and increasing cold. This broccoli has a good fall flavor, excellent for cooking.
The Waltham 29 Broccoli seeds can be planted indoors 12 weeks prior to the last spring frost date and then transplanted outdoors 6 weeks later. If you are planting the seed outdoors, do so May – June.
Broccoli De Cicco 100 Organic Heirloom Seeds
Favorite multi-cut Italian variety. A traditional variety producing small, 3-4″, main heads projected well above the foliage followed by a large yield of side-shoot spears. Non-uniform in maturity, resulting in a long harvest period. Harvest main head when 3″ in diameter or less to encourage heavier side-shoot production. For spring or fall production. Organically grown.
Broccoli Belstar 100 Organic Seeds
Most widely adapted organic hybrid. Belstar has performed best for spring and fall productions but has still been adequate for summer crops. It has also performed well in Florida in the winter. Heads are medium green, domed with a medium-sized bead. Strong, stress tolerant plants. Good side shoot production. Health Benefits: Broccoli contains a high
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