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  1. BELSTAR BROCCOLI (F1 hybrid 60 days)

    BELSTAR BROCCOLI (F1 hybrid 60 days)

    Everyone was impressed with this new hybrid in our trials. Maturity was exceptionally early with very tight light green heads, 5 to 6 inches across. At maturity it holds its head for over a week which can be a real virtue. Good flavor. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  2. Windsor Broccoli

    WINDSOR BROCCOLI (55 days) ***sold out***

    (F1 Hyrbrid 55 days) The ideal - all purpose broccoli. It is quite early so it can go in the first thing in the spring but it is also heat tolerant so you can continue to plant it until late summer. The semi-dome head is about 6" across. A blue-green color and tasty flavor complete the package. Good disease resistance. Treated seed. 30 seeds. Learn More

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  3. EARLY PURPLE SPROUTING BROCCOLI (35 days)

    EARLY PURPLE SPROUTING BROCCOLI (35 days)

    This purple version of Raab is popular in the North. An alternative way to grow it is to plant in mid-summer, over-winter it and then get two months of delicious cuttings the following spring. High in vitamins with a tangy flavor. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  4. Broccoli Mix

    PINETREE BROCCOLI MIX

    The biggest advantage to the broccoli mix is that it gives you a variety of different maturities from early to late in the season. The mix includes all the varieties that we sell and a half dozen other recommended varieties. This mix includes: Belstar, Premium Crop, Packman, Gypsy, Major, Nutribud, Calabrese, and Waltham. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $2.95

  5. Broccoli Di Rapa

    DI RAPA NOVANTINA BROCCOLI (30 days)

    Called Broccoli Raab or Rapini in this country, this is actually a non-heading broccoli. The top 6 to 8 inches or so of leaves and unopened flowers are usually harvested. Makes a good fall crop or grow in early spring. No resemblance to the mild broccoli flavor you may be used to, this green is quite pungent. This vegetable is never served raw but is steamed for about 5 minutes and used in a recipe or eaten alone. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  6. IMPERIAL BROCCOLI (F1 Hybrid 70 days)

    IMPERIAL BROCCOLI (F1 Hybrid 70 days)

    Germ 3-10 days. A variety for mid to late summer harvest, performing best with a long day length that is accompanied with moderate heat. A dependable choice for growing in the northeastern summers. Domed heads are dark green with small beads and have an excellent post harvest shelf life. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  7. Premium Crop Broccoli

    PREMIUM CROP BROCCOLI (F1 hybrid 62 days)**Sold Out**

    Unfortunately, this variety has been discontinued.Check out some of our other great broccoli varieties here

    Ten inch medium green heads are produced on 16-18 inch plants. In our garden, this variety invariably produces those big heads like you get in a grocery store. It is also a good side shoot producer after the central head is cut. Flavor is excellent. Takes a bit longer, but worth the wait. 30 seeds. Seed is treated with a fungicide.

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  8. CALABRESE BROCCOLI (55 days heirloom)

    CALABRESE BROCCOLI (55 days heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1880, earlier Italy. The dark green plants are 18-30 inches in height and produce 3-6 inch central heads, followed by an abundance of side shoots. The flavor is pronounced, a more basic taste than the more modern varieties. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  9. ARCADIA BROCCOLI

    ARCADIA BROCCOLI (F1 Hybrid 70 days)

    Germ 3-10 days. If you need to pack in the plants, with limited space to grow, like a raised bed. Arcadia performs very well in this situation. Tightly domed 6-8 inch heads have small to medium sized heads then continues on with a bumper crop of side shoots. A good freezing variety and wide seasonal adaptability. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

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  10. Waltham Broccoli

    WALTHAM 29 BROCCOLI (85 days)

    The standard open-pollinated broccoli. Nicely formed stocky plants 20 inches in height yield dark blue-green mid-sized heads. Also produces a large number of side shoots after harvest. A fine choice for a late fall/winter harvest. 30 seeds. Learn More
    $1.25

  11. SESSANTINA GROSSA BROCCOLI

    SESSANTINA GROSSA BROCCOLI

    A 12 to 14 inch Raab with a strong broccoli flavor that mellows with cooking. Hardy enough for early spring or fall planting. Forms more of a head than its cousins; stems, shoots, buds, and leaves are all edible. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  12. PURPLE PEACOCK BROCCOLI

    PURPLE PEACOCK BROCCOLI (70 days)

    Germ 3-10 days. We are very excited to add this enchanting open pollinated variety to our broccoli selection this year. It is a cross between broccoli and two kales, absolutely beautiful either in the garden or edible landscape. The young leaves are tender, great for salads and the older colorful serrated leaves are used like kale. Loose heads of purple florets are not massive in size, but taste excellent with the plant then producing generous side shoots. This is definitely one vegetable you will want to show off to the visitors of your garden. Bred by Frank Morton. 30 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

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