At Johnny's we work with top suppliers as well as lesser-known breeders to identify broccoli varieties that will work for all growers. After comparison trialing, we select only the best-tasting, most attractive, and easiest-to-grow varieties. Choose from full-size head varieties or mini broccoli types: broccoli raab, leaf broccoli, sprouting broccoli, and broccoli X gailon. To succession-plant broccoli for optimal performance and yield, follow our Broccoli Planting Program.
Excellent broccoli for the Northeast, with good stress tolerance.
New! Excellent in the Northeast.
Easy, attractive bunches of mini broccoli.
New! Easy, attractive bunches.
Best heat tolerance, ideally-suited for summer, early fall harvest.
Best heat tolerance.
Big, healthy plants with strong root system in substandard fertility.
Strong root system for plantings in below-average fertility.
Excellent heat tolerance and smooth, well-domed, very attractive heads.
Excellent heat tolerance.
Favorite multi-cut, open-pollinated Italian heirloom for spring/fall.
Favorite multi-cut Italian variety.
Vigorous broccoli with the best cold tolerance for fall and winter.
Best cold tolerance for fall and winter production.
Widely adaptable organic hybrid for spring and summer plantings.
Organic hybrid for spring and summer plantings.
Extra-early variety that is easy to harvest, attractive, and uniform.
Abundant, concentrated yields of beautiful purple side shoots.
Abundant, concentrated side-shoot yields.
Popular southern Italian leaf broccoli variety for specialty markets.
Leaf variety for specialty markets.
Best standard variety for over-wintering due to high cold tolerance.
Best for over-winter production.
Attractive, flavorful, and reliable sprouting cauliflower.
Attractive and flavorful.
Bright green heads tolerant to purpling in cold weather.
Bright green heads tolerant to purpling.
Higher-yielding broccoli/Gailon cross for the baby broccoli market.
Excellent for baby broccoli sales.
Best for overwintering, adapted to Pacific Northwest and Mid-Atlantic.
The most cold-hardy variety for overwintering.