SpecificationsA delicious vegetable brought about by crossing Broccoli with Kailan which produces long, slender, sweet shoots with an edible floret. Cut out the terminal head when it is about the size of a 50 cent coin. The plant will start producing primary shoots a few weeks later. Secondary shoots or florets can be harvested when approximately 20cms long for about 2-4 weeks. Up to 7 harvests can be obtained. Keep feeding plants throughout this period to prolong shooting.
Common Name Broccoli Plant Type Annual, Fruiting, Outdoor, Seedling, Shrub, Vegetable Range Garden Fresh - Herbs & Vegetables Dimensions Maturity 10-12 weeks Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting No Australian Native No Deciduous No Evergreen No Botanical Genus Brassica Botanical Species oleracea Flower Type No Foliage Type No Market Name Garden Fresh Width 30 cm
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