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  • Broccoli seeds - Green
    Broccoli seeds - Green

    Unique mixture of Cos lettuce. Great colour, shape, texture and sweetness of baby leaf stage. ('Cut and come again' Baby Leaf Mixture. Many of us buy pre-packed bags of mixed salad leaves, but not so many are aware just how easy they are to grow at home and what's more you can cut and the plants will come again!)

    £1.99
    nextday-seeds.co.uk
  • Italian Salad Leaf Seeds
    Italian Salad Leaf Seeds

    Italian Leaf Salad Seeds include Italian Parsley, Rocket, Sweet Basil, Lettuce, Radicchio and Broccoli leaf characterises this mix. Ready to eat in just 3 weeks. Why buy expensive salad leaves from the supermarket when you can grow them easily at home? And you can get up to 3 crops from the same sowing! Easy to grow in the garden or in containers on the patio if you're short of space. Perfect green salad when drizzled with a touch of virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

    £2.55
    edenproject.com
  • Senza Testa Broccoli
    Senza Testa Broccoli

    Broccoli seeds for the Senza Testa all Ollio produce an unusual variety of broccoli as it grows without a head. It is very versatile and produces mild green but very tasty leaves. Once picked these can be sauteed, braised, steamed, boiled, stir fried or used as a baby leaf in salads. Can be used as a catch crop. SOW: May - September QUANTITY: 4gm per 10m2 LARGE PACK TRANSPLANT: n/a DISTANCE: about 0.2-meters between rows and sow seeds in a continuous row . HARVEST: July - November

    £1.35
    originaltouch.co.uk
  • Micro-Leaf Broccoli - Seeds
    Micro-Leaf Broccoli - Seeds

    These tender green sprouts contains high levels of anti-cancer chemicals and vitamins making them super nutritious.

    £1.95
    marshalls-seeds.co.uk
  • Wild Herby Leaf - Greens Mix , Salad - a Blended Mix
    Wild Herby Leaf - Greens Mix , Salad - a Blended Mix

    A Herby 'Cut and Come again' Blend , An unusually different, but ‘oh so nice’ Greens Leafy blend in a herby sort of way, with a little bit herby, a little bit salady & a little bit bouncy, tickling your fancy on the tastebuds & sure to kick up any salad or sautee, Remember the saying? Try it you will like it? These are blended into a gentle array of healthy, wild herbs ∧ greens: borage, wild chicory, chard, spinach, rapini (broccoli raab), stridolo (sculpit), dandelion, and cress. Great used as a...

    £1.50
    pennardplants.com
  • Vegetable Seeds Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli on Sale | Fast Delivery
    Vegetable Seeds Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli on Sale | Fast Delivery

    An extremely useful and easy to grow hardy winter vegetable, providing lots of tasty purple heads during late winter/early Spring. Sow in a well prepared seed bed in mid to late spring in drills 1cm deep spaced 30cm apart. When the seedlings have four or five leaves transplant to their final quarters 75 x 75cm apart. They will grow in most soils but must be planted firmly. Water well until they become established and harvest in late winter/early spring by snapping off the flowering shoots before...

  • stuffed grape leaves
    stuffed grape leaves

    Meat: american sausage, bacon, beef, chicken, ham, pepperoni Seafood: anchovies, prawns, tuna Vegetarian: artichoke, asparagus, aubergine, basil, black olives, broccoli, chillies, courgette, egg, fresh garlic, fresh tomato, green pepper, jalapeno pepper, mushroom, ...

    £3.50
    hungryhouse.co.uk
  • Broccoli Seeds UK - By Thompson And Morgan
    Broccoli Seeds UK - By Thompson And Morgan

    SowingSow indoors during April/May 6mm ( ¼in) deep in a good free draining seed compost. Germination takes 7-14 days at 15-18C (60-65F). Alternatively, sow outdoors in a well prepared seed bed during April/May in drills 1cm ( ½in) deep spaced 30cm (12in) apart.GrowingTransplant when large enough to handle into trays and plant out when they have 2-3 true leaves 75x75cm (30x30in) apart.Aftercare Don't remove the large leaves as these will protect the next batch of shoots. To avoid the danger of Clubroot...

    £2.29
    nextday-seeds.co.uk
  • Micro-Leaves GRO-KIT
    Micro-Leaves GRO-KIT

    The kit contains: - Five seeds packet with FREE Micro Snips, one each of: Basil Dark Opal- The particularly attractive, lovely, dark, purple shoots add a beautiful contrast to salads or as a garnish. Basil Dark Opal goes well with tomatoes, soft cheese, salads, pesto and shellfish. It has a delicious flavour and aroma too. Broccoli- These super nutritious green sprouts contain high levels of anti-cancer chemicals. They go particularly well with smoked fish, cheese, egg and in sandwiches. Rocket Victoria...

    £11.95
    marshalls-seeds.co.uk
  • broccoli with chinese mushrooms
    broccoli with chinese mushrooms

    king prawn, chicken, beef, roast pork, squid, chinese leaves, green peppers, broccoli, mange tout, chinese mushrooms, fried in special sauce

    £3.80
    hungryhouse.co.uk
  • Broccoli of Calabria
    Broccoli of Calabria

    Vegetable Seeds Italian vegetables easy to grow even in the UK. A selection of some of the best, and easiest to grow vegtetables. Suitable for the notive and skilled gardener alike. Some of our favourites which we personally recommend in the shop are : Calvo Nero - easy to grow, declious dark green leaves and looks fabulous in the vegetable garden. Chard and Spinach: always popular, chards are less likely to bolt in dry summers, the red ruby chard tastes delious but you can grow them just for the...

    £1.95
    worm.co.uk
  • Kai Lan (Kichi) , Chinese Leaf - White Flower Broccoli
    Kai Lan (Kichi) , Chinese Leaf - White Flower Broccoli

    White Flowered, Hon Tsai Tai , Brassica oleracea alboglabra - One of Our favourites, it looks & tastes like an untidy cross between sprouting broccoli & asparagus. You can eat the leaves, long, pencil-thin, red-purple, budded flower stems, flower Buds, & White flowers too. Very easy to grow, either sown direct or in a seed-bed, from early spring to late autumn - hardy & will keep producing undercover. Perennial grown as an annual, although there's nothing to stop you growing it on and the flowers...

    £1.50
    pennardplants.com
  • Kailaan Chinese broccoli ( Kai Ian)
    Kailaan Chinese broccoli ( Kai Ian)

    Position: full sun. Soil: humus-rich, moisture retentive soil Similar to calabrese but with a tangier flavour, Kailaan tastes delicious when steamed or stir-fried with garlic, ginger and oyster sauce. A firm favourite in oriental cooking, the stems, leaves and flowering shoots can all be eaten, particularly when the plant is young and at its most tender. It makes an interesting and easy to grow addition to the vegetable garden. Growing Instructions:Sow thinly in situ in summer or early autumn...

  • Suttons Seeds 185645 Leaf Salad Italian Mix Seed Tape
    Suttons Seeds 185645 Leaf Salad Italian Mix Seed Tape

    Nutritious mixed salad leaves Contains Italian parsley, rocket, sweet basil, lettuce, radicchio and broccoli Easy to grow For outdoor growing Pre spaced seed in a 5 m of bio degradable tape

  • Broccoli Aquiles F1 Seeds
    Broccoli Aquiles F1 Seeds

    Our earliest cropping broccoli Ideal for over-wintering - sown in September and planted out in March, Aquiles' tasty, smooth, domed heads will be ready to harvest from as early as the end of May! Can be planted at high density for mini heads. Maturing 12-16 weeks from sowing. Culture: Calabrese produces a large central head which should be cut and eaten. Delicious, smaller shoots (broccoli spears) will follow from each leaf joint. These should be cut with about 15cm (6") of stem. As for sprouting...

  • Broccoli White Sprouting Early
    Broccoli White Sprouting Early

    Apart from the different spear colour the leaves are less frilly and blue-green. Creamy white spears which are slightly milder in flavour than the purple and lighter green when cooked. Late February/ March harvest onwards.

    £1.10
    kingsseeds.com
  • Calabrese Plant Selection (Broccoli)
    Calabrese Plant Selection (Broccoli)

    Thank you very much for a rapid delivery!I have had a bad experience with mail ordered plants before, which were not good quality to start with and died within a week of their arrival but this time I was really impressed with the quality of the plants ordered; as the weather was not suitable to plant them, they have been sitting in my garage for three weeks now and they are producing lots of shoots and leaves and look really strong.They are worth every penny! I will definately recommend your nursery...

    £0.50
    victoriananursery.co.uk
  • Chinese Broccoli - Kailan Kichi - 150 Seeds
    Chinese Broccoli - Kailan Kichi - 150 Seeds

    A nice variety with large blue green leaves. The stems and buds are great for eating. It matures late in the season and will stand well in the garden. The harvest starts just after it has come into flower.

    £0.89
    justseed.com
  • comvita olive leaf complex
    comvita olive leaf complex

    Comvita produces natural health and natural skincare products based on natural ingredients such as UMF Manuka Honey, Propolis, Broccoli Extract and Olive Leaf.

    £31.99
    wellcultivated.co.uk
  • essential Waitrose broccoli florets
    essential Waitrose broccoli florets

    Our fundamental belief is that few things in life are more important than the food you buy. Good quality is essential. LEAF : From carefully selected farmers who share our values and commitment to : sustainable farming methods protecting and enhancing the countryside for wildlife and biodiversity; only using pesticides and fertilisers when absolutely necessary; linking the environment and farming; For further information go to waitrose.com and www.leafmarque.com

  • Purple sprouting broccoli 350g
    Purple sprouting broccoli 350g

    cooking Clean then boil, steam or stir-fry. You can use everything; the leaves, flower and stem. Cook the stem pieces for slightly longer than the rest of the plant. storage Delivered from our farm, so wash before cooking. Keep cool in a larder or fridge. varieties/season Appears in boxes from February to May. Grown at our farms it's an ideal winter veg for the UK climate. did you know? A good source of caretenoids, folic acid, calcium, fibre, vitamins A and C and iron - so a great all-rounder...

  • White Sprouting broccoli
    White Sprouting broccoli

    Brassica oleracea ‘White Sprouting broccoli’ (Broccoli). This broccoli has green leaves and white heads with a very good flavour.

    £4.00
    greenplantswap.co.uk
  • Purple Sprouting Broccoli (Brassica oleracea var. italica)
    Purple Sprouting Broccoli (Brassica oleracea var. italica)

    Purple sprouting broccoli was initially cultivated by the Romans and has been grown in the UK since the early 18th century although it has only risen to prominence in the last 30 years The word broccoli means "little sprouts" in Italian and it is part of the cabbage family. Often referred to simply as purple sprouting, this is the original version of broccoli and has long stalks and small purple flower heads. The leaves, heads and stalks are all tender and edible. The tasty and nutritious purple...

    £1.10
    packetseeds.com
  • Broccoli Green Sprouting - ORGANIC SEEDS
    Broccoli Green Sprouting - ORGANIC SEEDS

    Rich green heads Delicious and nutritious rich green heads. Harvest September to December. Matures in 12-16 weeks from sowing. Culture: Calabrese produces a large central head which should be cut and eaten. Delicious, smaller shoots (broccoli spears) will follow from each leaf joint. These should be cut with about 15cm (6") of stem. As for sprouting broccoli; sow end April-May, harvest October-November.

  • Cinquantina Sprouting Broccoli
    Cinquantina Sprouting Broccoli

    Broccoli seeds for the Cinquantina broccoli produce a rare, strong plant with many irregular leaves. This is a 50 day variety of broccoli so not long to wait once it has been sown. Sow February to September for harvesting April to November. Extra large and economical pack. SOW: Direct to field February - September QUANTITY: 5gm per 10m2 - EXTRA LARGE PACK TRANSPLANT: n/a DISTANCE: Sow the seeds in a continuous row. HARVEST: April - November

    £1.65
    originaltouch.co.uk
  • Micro-Leaf - Salad Seed Collection
    Micro-Leaf - Salad Seed Collection

    Broccoli - Super-nutritious green sprouts contain high levels of anti-cancer chemicals. Mustard Red Frills - Superb deep red and green shoots with a mild potato taste at first followed by a fiery mustard flavour. Rocket Great nutty flavours make this incredibly easy-to-grow rocket a favourite for adding to tomatoes, pasta dishes and salads. Red Stemmed Radish Sangira - Bright sprouts with highly attractive, bright red stems and a spicy and peppery flavour. Basil Dark Opal - Lovely dark purple...

  • Broccoli 'Red Spear' (Purple Sprouting) - SowStrong® Collection
    Broccoli 'Red Spear' (Purple Sprouting) - SowStrong® Collection

    Water sprouting broccoli plants regularly and do not allow them to dry out as this may impair their development. Hoe between plants regularly to prevent weeds from establishing and bring insect larvae to the surface. Purple sprouting broccoli should be harvested before the flowers open. Pick shoots when they are 15cm (6") long. Regular picking will encourage more shoots to be produced. Don't remove the large leaves as these will protect the next batch of shoots as they develop. Culinary note: Sprouting...

    £2.49
    radiotimes.com
  • Broccoli Early Purple Sprouting - T&M - 1 Packet (400 seeds)
    Broccoli Early Purple Sprouting - T&M - 1 Packet (400 seeds)

    An extremely useful and easy to grow hardy winter vegetable, Early Purple Sprouting Broccoli provides lots of tasty purple heads (which turn green when cooked) during late winter or early Spring. 1 Packet (400 seeds) Harvesting Time: March, April Sowing Months: April, May Also known as: Purple Sprouting Broccoli Culture: Sow seeds in a well prepared seed bed in mid to late spring in drills 1cm (0. 5in) deep spaced 30cm (12in) apart Growing: When the seedlings have four or five leaves transplant to...

  • Collard Greens or Field Mustard , Broccoli Raab
    Collard Greens or Field Mustard , Broccoli Raab

    Rapini sessantina - Cima de rapa (raab) ,(or Brassica Rapa) To stop all confusion, broccoli raab is not related to broccoli, but closer to turnip & its leaf is a lot like turnip greens. Although broccoli-like buds grow, a full head never forms, Instead, it’s grown for its buds & mustard green-like leafy tops & spiky leaves & their superb earthy mustard flavour. Its all nutrient dense & good for your whole body & can be eaten fresh or steamed. Very easy to grow, it’s biennial, Hardy, & harvesting...

    £1.50
    pennardplants.com
  • Spigariello Broccoli - Minestra Nera
    Spigariello Broccoli - Minestra Nera

    Broccoli seeds for the Spigarello Minestra Nera produce a gourmet variety of broccoli that is quite rare in the UK. It produces tiny florets and lots of fleshy leaves, tasty without bitter dominance so great for many dishes, including pasta, ravioli and used in the traditional Italian soup Minestra, hence it name. SOW: Direct to field June - July QUANTITY: 2-3gm per m2. Each pack contains around 400 seeds. TRANSPLANT: n/a DISTANCE: about 0.6-meters between rows and 0.5-meters between plants. HARVEST...

    £1.35
    originaltouch.co.uk