Grow mini broccoli for tender, flavorful, and colorful florets and shoots. This category of broccoli is excellent for bunching and specialty broccoli sales. It is delicious steamed, sautéed, grilled, stir-fried, and eaten fresh. Early sprouting broccoli (including broccoli X gailon types) are easier to grow than standard heading broccoli because they more reliably produce a crop under the fluctuating temperatures common in spring, and also produce better in less-than optimal fertility and soil moistures. Late sprouting broccoli (also known as winter-sprouting broccoli) requires vernalization and is suited for fall and winter harvests. See our early-sprouting and late-sprouting broccoli tech sheets for growing tips and more information on growing zone compatibility. For a continuous harvest of mini broccoli from spring through winter, refer to our mini-broccoli planting program for succession planting recommendations.
Best for overwintering, adapted to Pacific Northwest and Mid-Atlantic.
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The most cold-hardy variety for overwintering.
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