Broccoli calebrini Sweet Returns

Brand: Thompson & Morgan

Product Code: AITKB4609

Availability: In stock

€3.49

Description:

Fast-growing and easy-to-grow broccoli with tender stems, also known as green sprouting broccoli, is a popular alternative to round headed varieties. Sweettasting bluish-green stems are delicious picked fresh and lightly steamed.

Sowing Info:

Sow seed thinly 6mm (¼in) deep, and cover with a sprinkling of dry vermiculite or finely sieved compost. Place the seed and tray in a propagator or seal inside a polythene bag and keep at around 18-21?C (65-70?F) until seeds germinate which takes 4-7 days.

Growing Info:

Aftercare Info:

When the seedlings are large enough to handle, transplant into 7.5cm (3in) pots or multi-cell trays. Plant out once the plants are approximately 10-15cm (4-6in) tall, into well-prepared soil allowing 38cm (15in) apart each way. Alternatively, sow thinly in a well-prepared seedbed, 1cm (½in) deep, and plant out when large enough to handle allowing 38cm (15in) apart each way. Sow successionally forextended harvest.

Flowering Period:

Harvesting Period:

July to October

No of Seeds:

10

Delivery

Seeds - Postal Delivery cost is €2 and applies to orders of seed packets ONLY. (Please Note: This Does Not Apply to Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets or Bulbs)

Standard delivery within 2-5 working days, for all other orders is €5.99 per online order up to 10kg regardless of the number of items ordered.

Orders over 10kg are charged at €9.99. The Max order we can send is 30kg.

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