A popular member of the Brassica family, carefully bred out of wild kales or cabbages by the Romans. Broccoli has two main types: sprouting - which forms many small heads over a few weeks, and heading - which forms fewer, but larger heads that ripen at close to the same time.
Old-fashioned Italian heirloom from the 1800s which produces good-size florets at nicely staggered times.Certified Organic SeedPrice From: $2.95
A consistent producer of large, dense, central florets, and an 1800 Italian-American Heirloom.Price From: $2.95
A Broccoli from the Tropics of Upstate New York$3.95
Currently UnavailableShips December 8th, 2014
Tufts of broccoli stay sweet all season: delicious in summer and fall, it can be harvested through early December.Sustainably Grown SeedPrice From: $2.95
Short Crop. Unavailable for 2014.
Show stopping crisp and sweet purple-headed broccoli with tender kale-like leaves.Certified Organic Seed$3.95
A turnip top by any other name.Price From: $2.95