SPIGARIELLO LISCIA

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(Brassica oleracea)  Italian heirloom most popular in Southern Italy.  Flat, blue - green leafy vegetable with flavour similar to broccoli / kale.  Harvest outside leaves as required or whole plant for bunching.  If left to mature, will form small broccoli-like heads after 70 days. Easy to grow.  Will tolerate warmer conditions without bolting much better than regular broccoli.  High yields.  45 - 70 days.  350 seeds

(Broccoli00989)

SKU Broccoli00989
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg

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