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Organic Non-GMO Greens - Specialty::Organic Non-GMO Flowering Brassicas::Organic Te You Flowering Broccoli

Organic Te You Flowering Broccoli  Organic Non-GMO Te You Flowering Broccoli - OPEN-POLLINATED

Thick, succulent stems, crisp leaves and mini-broccoli florets; also known as Chinese broccoli. Stems are best harvested young; perfect lightly steamed or sauteed with Hoisin sauce. Tolerant of heat and cool temperatures with resistance to mildews. Plant late spring to early fall. Heat and cold-tolerant (Brassica oleracea var. italica)

Days to maturity: 50 days

Important Notice to Washington State Growers and Gardeners: Due to a WSDA Crucifer Quarantine, shipments of certain seeds to Washington State will be delayed. Crop types impacted include: broccoli, cauliflower, collards, kale, mustard, radish, kohlrabi, turnips, arugula and certain greens mixes which include these crops. This only pertains to sizes greater than 1/2 oz. For varieties sold by count, please refer to our planting chart for seeds per pound.
SKU Description Our price
2494A 1/32 OZ $2.75
2494B 1/8 OZ $7.00
2494C 1/2 OZ $12.75
2494D 2 OZ $30.00
2494E 1/2 LB $90.00
2494L001 1 LB $150.00
2494L005 5 LB $625.00 $125.00/LB

Unit Size
Broccoli Comparison Chart

Item Code Variety Name Heirloom Disease Resistance DTM Head Size Holds Well in Field Best Use Standout Characteristics
2300 De Cicco   48 3-4"   side shoots multi-cut variety producing a compact central head followed by many side shoots over a long harvest window
2301 Batavia F1   PM 60 5-6"   early stem or crown cuts very early; great for spring production of uniform heads with medium-sized beads over a short harvest window. Prefers cool conditions
2310 Rosalind     60-65 3-5"   specialty markets beautiful, well-domed purple heads with fine beads; prefers good fertility and cool fall conditions
2302 Belstar F1   FY, FW, DM 65 6-8" short-stemmed crown cuts compact, heat-tolerant plants great for main season production of large domes with small beads. 10-14 day harvest window
2305 Fiesta F1   FY, FW 75 6-7"   single cuts uniform maturity of well-domed heads with medium beads; ideal for dense plantings of single cuts with a short harvest window. Fall crop; prefers warm days and cool nights
2315 Waltham 29     80-85 5-6"   side shoots sturdy plants produce large heads with large beads and long stalks; great for bunched side shoots. Fall crop that performs well in increasing cold; heat sensitive

Disease Resistance Key:
RS Ring Spot
WB White Blister
FW Fusarium Wilt
FY Fusarium Yellows
PM Powdery Mildew
DM Downy Mildew

Flowering Brassicas - Growing Information                    

Days to maturity are from direct seeding. Seeding depth: ; Seeding rate: 10-12 seeds/ft; Plant spacing: 2; Row spacing: 18-24.

Moderately hardy annuals that combine qualities of mustard greens and broccoli for salads and light cooking. Grown for their tender flowering shoots, this large family of vegetables has no central head but many tender leaves and side shoots with penny size clusters of buds. Many plants in this family are quite beautiful in the garden, some favoring cooler seasons and some preferring heat. Use floating row cover when planting to protect from flea beetles. Will tolerate light frosts. Harvest multiple times as flower stalks peak above foliage or for a one time harvest.

Hon Tsai Tai- 10M seeds/oz, Spring Raab- 17M seeds/oz. M=1,000

Insect pollinated. Different varieties of the same species must be isolated by a mile from each other to prevent cross pollination. Physical barriers such as tree lines, woods or buildings may make shorter isolation distances possible. Allow plants to bolt and flower. Staking may be required. Harvest individual pods or stalks as they begin to dry. Seed can easily be lost due to shattering so harvest into bags or onto a tarp while they are still damp with dew in the morning. Use a 1/8" screen to help with cleaning. Seeds will remain viable for 5 years under cool and dry storage conditions.

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