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  1. Broccoli 'Early Purple Sprouting'
    £0.95

    Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli has been selected for its hardiness and flavour. Heavy cropping it has good quality spears that can be harvested over many weeks. It is one of the most flavoursome of vegetables, standing beside asparagus and globe artichokes. Sweet and delicate, it melts in the mouth.

  2. Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli has been selected for its hardiness and flavour.
    £1.25
    Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli has been selected for its hardiness and flavour, it can be harvested over many weeks. It is one of the most flavoursome of vegetables, standing beside asparagus and globe artichokes. Sweet and delicate, it melts in the mouth. Organic Seeds.
  3. The taste of fresh purple sprouting broccoli from the garden is only beaten by the flavour of sweet white sprouting broccoli.
    £1.20

    Sprouting Broccoli 'White Eye' is a very early, uniform variety which will produce delicious tender white spears in February and March. You’ll never regret planting it, we can guarantee that once you taste it, you will cultivate broccoli every year.

  4. Broccoli 'Extra Early Purple Sprouting Rudolph'
    £1.65

    Out of stock

    Extra-Early Purple Sprouting 'Rudolph' is bred to perform well in the September to February period but is at its best from November to February. With medium to large, deep purple, succulent spears that have outstanding flavour, team with Cardinal for a longer harvest period.

  5. Italian Green Sprouting Calabrese is a lovely, old fashioned Broccoli variety

    Broccoli 'Italian Green Sprouting'

    Green Sprouting Broccoli
    Heritage (1918)

    This lovely, old fashioned Broccoli variety is a very disease resistant, very hardy and very prolific producer of large dark green heads. Italian Green Sprouting Broccoli is very easy to grow and will produce a number of good-size side shoots once the initial head is harvested.

  6. Broccoli 'Late Purple Sprouting Cardinal'
    £1.65
    Late Purple Sprouting 'Cardinal' is our latest cropping variety for harvest late March to May. Heavy cropping, it produces medium large deep purple spears with excellent flavour on large framed uniform plants. Team with extra early sprouting varieties for an extended harvesting period.
  7. Late Purple Sprouting Broccoli follows on from Early Sprouting and has been selected for its hardiness and flavour.
    £0.95

    If more people tasted home grown Purple Sprouting Broccoli they would surely cultivate it. You would see it on London balconies, in country herbaceous borders and standing proud in every kitchen garden in the land. Late Purple Sprouting Broccoli follows on from Early Sprouting.

  8. One of the best ways to enjoy Kailan is to cook it Hong Kong Style, topped with a little oyster sauce.

    Broccoli Kailan 'Kichi'

    Chinese Broccoli, Hon Tsai Tai
    £1.50

    Kailan is a fantastic vegetable chimera - the florets of broccoli, the stems of asparagus, and leaves like tender collard greens. 'Kichi' is a uniform variety with large blue green waxy leaves and excellent stem and bud eating quality. It has a mild flavour and, best of all can be harvested in only eight weeks.

  9. Broccoli Late White Sprouting, 'White Star'
    £1.20
    Home grown sprouting broccoli is the ultimate treat at the start of spring. White Sprouting 'White Star' Broccoli is a uniform variety which produces abundant pretty white broccoli spears. This late variety will produce delicious tender spears in April and May.
  10.  Purple Sprouting Broccoli 'Red Arrow' is an early-maturing, purple-red broccoli that will help extend the picking season.
    £1.50
    Purple Sprouting Broccoli 'Red Arrow' is an early-maturing, purple-red broccoli that will help extend the picking season. Sown March to June it produces heavy crops of delicious, tightly-packed spears from early March onwards. RHS AGM
  11.  'Red Spear' is a heavy cropping purple sprouting broccoli, producing excellent coloured spears from February and March.
    £1.95
    Purple Sprouting Broccoli 'Red Spear' is a vigorous variety that produces heavy yields of top quality spears. Sown in spring it produces excellent coloured spears from February and March and can be harvested over many weeks. RHS AGM
  12. Broccoli 'Summer Purple' is an excellent summer cropping variety that is sown in spring to harvest late June to October.
    £1.95

    Broccoli 'Summer Purple' is an excellent summer cropping variety that is sown in spring to harvest late June to October. Eaten within an hour of picking, when still bursting with sappy natural sugars, it's exquisite.

  13. Broccoli raab, Rapini, Cima di Rapa

    Broccoli raab, Rapini, Cima di Rapa

    Broccoli Rabe, Broccoli di Rape, Rappi, Friariell
    Heritage (Italian 1930's)

    Flourishing famously in Mediterranean and Chinese cultures, elsewhere Raab is still a bit of a curiosity. Easy and fast growing, it can be useful as it comes ready when ordinary broccoli isn't available, but this isn't just a replacement for broccoli, it is a great vegetable in its own right.

  14. Ironman is a very popular variety with home and market gardeners and is the most widely grown commercial broccoli.

    Broccoli, Calabrese, 'Ironman F1'

    Green Broccoli, Heading Broccoli
    £1.75

    Out of stock

    A vast improvement on the older varieties. Calabrese Ironman F1 possesses the usual advantages of a hybrid - vigorous habit with excellent uniformity and high yields of larger than normal heads. Producing excellent quality, uniform dense heads and a very good dome shape. Harvest late June to November.

  15. Calabrese Marathon F1 produces medium size, uniform, dense heads on sturdy plants that will grow well in almost any soil and under any conditions.

    Broccoli, Calabrese, 'Marathon F1'

    Green Broccoli, Heading Broccoli
    £1.65

    Out of stock

    Calabrese 'Marathon F1' has really set the standard for performance, yield and quality. It produces medium size, uniform, dense heads of bluish-green 'beads' on sturdy plants that will grow well in almost any soil and under any conditions. This versatile variety can be used for both summer and autumn crops.
  16. Broccoli, Calabrese, 'Miranda'
    £1.35

    'Miranda' is a very distinctive new Calabrese. It produces a distinctly beautiful, large violet head on a central stalk. Once the main head is removed, small side shoots form which are tender, delicious and ideal for florets. Hugely fashionable, very pretty to look at and extremely beneficial to health!

  17. Broccoli Calabrese ‘Waltham’ was launched in 1950. It has been a favorite ever since. Organic Seeds

    Broccoli, Calabrese, 'Waltham' Organic

    Green Broccoli, Heading Broccoli
    Heritage (1950)
    £1.35
    Developed to withstand the cold of autumn and launched in 1950 ‘Waltham’ has been a favourite ever since. This green Calabrese type produces high yields on compact plants over a long autumn cropping period. Waltham is well known for its fine dark blue-green main head, but also for its exceptional side shoots. Organic Seed.
  18. Calabrese 'Zen F1'  matures after 90 to 100 days and crops best in autumn after planting out in June.

    Broccoli, Calabrese, 'Zen F1'

    Green Broccoli, Heading Broccoli
    £1.75

    Calabrese ‘F1 Zen’ is a popular variety that produces well structured, high domed, dark green heads which shed rain well. This midseason variety has some downy mildew resistance. It matures after approximately 90 to 100 days and crops best in autumn after planting out in June.

  19. Brussels Sprout Groninger is a second early variety noted for its great tasting sprouts.
    £1.35

    Brussels Sprout Groninger is a second early variety noted for its great tasting sprouts. It produces medium sized green sprouts and gives a steady supply through the autumn and into the winter. Harvest October to December - perfect timing for that all important Christmas Dinner.

  20. Brussels Sprouts "Bedford Darkmar 21" is a heavy cropper, giving large dark green sprouts.
    £0.95

    Fresh Brussels sprouts, properly cooked, are deliciously delicate in flavour. Bedford Darkmar 21 is an open pollinated, mid to late season variety, Darkmar gives heavy crops of medium sized, dark green sprouts with a fine flavour. Harvest from December so ideal for Christmas.

  21. Brussel Sprouts 'Evesham Special' is a real old favourite for its generous crops which are ready particularly early in the season

    Brussels Sprouts 'Evesham Special'

    Early Variety. Brussel Sprouts
    £1.10

    Brussel Sprouts 'Evesham Special' has become a real old favourite for its generous crops which are ready particularly early in the season. They will give harvests over a long period from September till Christmas. Growing to only 60cm in height, a good choice for exposed sites and smaller gardens.

  22. Trafalgar it is one of the best tasting and sweetest varieties available and a good variety for Christmas sprouts.
    £2.05

    F1 Trafalgar is a splendid, British bred mid season hybrid Brussels Sprout. A tall variety for the November, December and into January cropping period, it is one of the best tasting and sweetest varieties available and a good variety for Christmas sprouts.

  23. ‘Red Bull’ is a specialist sprout variety from Europe.

    Brussels Sprouts 'Red Bull'

    Aka 'Red Ball'.
    £1.25

    ‘Red Bull’ is a specialist sprout variety from Europe, it offers smaller yields of dark red sprouts, but has a milder, delicate, nuttier flavour than standard green types. The red colour is enhanced with the first light frosts. The resulting sprouts are small and tasty, and look gorgeous in the pan and on the plate.

  24. Cabbage 'Advantage F1' can be sown March through to September for summer and autumn crops, and sown in October to overwinter.

    Cabbage 'Advantage F1'

    Sweetheart Cabbage
    £1.75
    Cabbage ‘Advantage F1’ is an enormously versatile new variety, suitable for providing both spring greens or hearted spring cabbage and summer cabbage. Sow March to September for summer and autumn crops, and October to overwinter.

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