Winter Gardening Blends

Winter Gardening Blends

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  • Fall Broccoli Blend

    Fall Broccoli Blend
    BR096

    75-102 days. This popular blend will produce large, dense heads followed by great side shoots which extend the harvest. ... 

  • Year Round Sprouting Broccoli Blend

    Year Round Sprouting Broccoli Blend
    BR100

    (OP/F1) This exclusive blend is like none other. With one sowing you can treat yourself with four delicious sprouting br... 

  • Hybrid Purple Sprouting Broccoli Blend

    Hybrid Purple Sprouting Broccoli Blend
    BR110

    NEW! 150–210 days. We've blended 3 purple sprouting broccoli varieties for overwintering. This superb trio produces str... 

  • Autumn Harvest Brussels Sprout Blend

    Autumn Harvest Brussels Sprout Blend
    BS120

    65-75 days. Sow May-June, transplant out 5-6 weeks later. This exclusive blend of three autumn maturing Brussels sprouts... 

  • Nordic Winter Harvest Brussels Sprouts Blend

    Nordic Winter Harvest Brussels Sprouts Blend
    BS124

    100-190 days. Sow April-June, transplant out 5-6 weeks later. This carefully chosen blend allows you to grow and pick de... 

  • Autumn Harvest Beet Blend

    Autumn Harvest Beet Blend
    BT138

    65 days. If you have never waited to harvest your beets until after the autumn frosts, you have never tasted the intense... 

  • Autumn Into Winter Harvest Cabbage Blend

    Autumn Into Winter Harvest Cabbage Blend
    CB159

    Harvest mid-July to December. This unique mix of ballheads and sweet savoys will allow for fresh sweet cabbage harvests ... 

  • Winter Meets Spring Harvest Cabbage Blend

    Winter Meets Spring Harvest Cabbage Blend
    CB165

    Harvest September to mid March. These cold hardy selections were bred in northern Europe specifically for harvesting in ... 

  • Late Autumn To Winter Harvest Cauliflower Blend

    Late Autumn To Winter Harvest Cauliflower Blend
    CF182

    Harvest begins late October and continues clear into the first of April. These 4 unique English varieties were specifica... 

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