Broccoli

FThis popular brassica has been a veggie staple since ancient times; it was bred from wild kale or cabbage by the Romans. There are two main types of broccoli: sprouting, which forms many small heads over a few weeks; and heading, which forms fewer but larger heads that ripen at close to the same time. Broccoli rabe, while similar in texture and flavor, is actually not broccoli at all; in fact, it's more closely related to turnips. Regardless, it's delicious in Italian-inspired dishes or as a vegetable side.

Broccoli

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Deitrich's Wild Broccoli Raab Deitrich's Wild Broccoli Raab

Deitrich's Wild Broccoli Raab

A great summer-sown broccoli raab. 

$3.75

Di Ciccio Broccoli

Certified Organic Seed

Old-fashioned Italian heirloom from the 1800s.

from $3.50

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Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli

Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli

Certified Organic Seed

This 1800s Italian-American heirloom is a consistent producer.

from $3.50

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Novantina Broccoli Raab

Novantina Broccoli Raab

Certified Organic Seed

A mild, yet flavorful green and florets for sautes and stir-fry.

from $3.75

Piracicaba Broccoli

A broccoli from the tropics of Upstate New York.

from $2.95

Purple Peacock Broccoli

Certified Organic Seed

Show-stopping purple-headed broccoli with tender kale-like leaves.

$3.95

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Spring Broccoli Raab

Spring Broccoli Raab

Certified Organic Seed

The perfect flavorful green to steam, chop, then saute.

from $2.95