One of the garden's nutritious powerhouses, home-grown broccoli beats anything you get at the market, especially when harvested in cool weather. Start indoors six weeks ahead of last frost. Tender side shoot extend the bounty after the central head is harvested.
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Brought to America by Italian immigrants in the 1880s. This heirloom broccoli is a popular market variety. Tight heads can ...
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An English heirloom variety, bred for overwintering, that produces lots of purple broccoli sprouts in the spring. Grows slowly through ...
An Italian non-heading broccoli grown for flavorful spring shoots and leaves. The Rapini variety is great for cooking or in ...
Introduced in 1954, Waltham Broccoli yields 4 to 8-inch green heads that are nicely flavored. Beautiful, compact plants also produce ...