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Broccolette

Thin stems, small heads like broccolini and sweeter better yields. Grows well under a wide range of conditions. Sow Sept, Oct and again from Feb to April. Sow 4 seeds in a hole 5 mm deep, 40 cm apart, with 40 cm between rows. Gradually thin each cluster to the best plant. Side dress with complete organic fertiliser. This can go to seed very early in temperatures above 20 degrees, it is recommended that harvesting begins immediately when the small heads appear, cropping can continue then for a few days to a couple of weeks. When boiled is sweet and tender.

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Broccoli f1 Hybrid

A beautiful fine beaded, strong stemmed variety suitable for late Summer, Autumn and Winter. Matures in 75 days. Sow early October to February. Repeat sowing at monthly intervals. Sow 4 seeds in a hole 1 cm deep, 60 cm apart, with 60 cm between rows. Gradually thin each cluster to the best plant. Side dress with complete organic fertiliser.

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Marathon f1 Broccoli

An excellent variety trialled in cool areas for mid-late season. Large, fine heads, blue-green in colour. Soft texture and rich aroma, remains fresh well, good cold tolerance. Sow: Can sow early Spring but performs better if sown late Summer/early Autumn.. Side shoots plentiful. Sow 4 seeds in a hole 1 cm deep, 60 cm apart, with 60 cm between rows. Gradually thin each cluster to the best plant. Side dress with complete organic fertiliser.

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Purple Sprouting Mix

Our special selection of 4 varieties produce a bountiful, tasy crop over a long cropping period. Superb flavours and textures. Cultivation: Sow early to late Summer, sprinkle seeds into a 1 cm deep trench. Cover with fine potting mix, water well, thin plants to 30 cm apart at 3 leaf stage, side dress with complete organic fertiliser once a month. 7 months until harvest.

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Umpqua Broccoli

A variety developed by Territorial Seeds approximately 22 years ago. We trialled this variety and the results showed that it is still one of the best open pollinated types available. It produces a dark green medium-sized head followed by many decent-sized compact side shots over a long growing season, probably two months at least. The seed has been produced by one of the best specialists in OP selections. Sow Sep through to March.

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