Broccoli Green Sprouting Calabrese
Producing a long succession of bluish-green heads averaging 3 to 5 inches across, these tall, erect plants with an excellent flavour and long cropping season are the original forms, which are still firm favourites in spite of the appearance of modern F1 hybrids
Sow the seeds in a prepared seed bed in April about ½" deep, leaving 12" between rows. Thin the seedlings if required and plant to final position when they have 4 true leaves. Leave 18" to 2" between plants. Protect the plants from slugs and birds from the early stages. Water well when transplanted, and during hot summer spells. Calabrese will grow in moist soil and doesn't require too much care.
Packet Content:225 (Approx)