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Broccoli 'Summer Purple' (Purple Sprouting)

British breeding especially for summer cropping as needs no vernalisation (winter chill) to produce tasty purple spears. Robust plants will produce high yields if picked regularly to promote fresh flushes of spears. Broccoli Summer Purple has good heat tolerance. Crops from JulyMore Info

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Broccoli 'Sibsey' (Bellaverde®) F1 Hybrid (Calabrese)

So sweet you can eat the stems raw! A true pure broccoli similar in look to Cima di rapa (wild broccoli). Expect three or four harvests per plant.More Info

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Broccoli 'Red Arrow' (Purple Sprouting)

Developed by Dr. Gray of Wellesbourne. A vast improvement on exisiting strains, cropping 1 week earlier and yielding up to 20% more. Sprouting Early Purple Red Arrow Broccoli produces vigorous vitamin rich plants with lots of tender flower buds. An extremely useful and easy to grMore Info

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Broccoli 'Burbank' F1 Hybrid (White Sprouting)

The first British-bred F1 hybrid white sprouting broccoli. Strong, vigorous plants produce a high yield of large, creamy-white spears over several weeks from February. Tasty, versatile and nutritious at a time when fresh vegetables can be in short supply in the gardenMore Info

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Broccoli 'Summer Purple' (Start-A-Garden™ Range)

Especially bred for summer cropping with good heat tolerance. High yields of tasty, purple spears through summer into autumn on robust plants. Pick regularly to promote fresh flushes of spears.More Info

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Swiss Chard 'Lucullus'

A much more prolific form, Swiss Chard Lucullus produces an abundance of large, tasty leaves and wide, white mid-ribs. Cook the succulent mid-rib like asparagus and serve with melted butter. Easier, and some consider tastier, than spinach. If the plants of Swiss Chard Lucullus arMore Info

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