Waltham 29 Broccoli Seeds
Broccoli Seeds For Planting Is A Great Heirloom, Non-GMO Vegetable Variety- 330+ Seeds Great For Outdoor Spring, Winter, and Fall Gardening
TRUSTED VARIETY - Popular broccoli seeds used by gardeners for ages. Provides heavy, dark green broccoli heads that are crammed full of both taste and nourishment.
COLD TOLERANT - Endures cooler temperatures superbly, which makes this an exceptional choice for your early spring, fall, and winter gardens!
USA - All of our seeds, including the Waltham 29 Broccoli seeds, are heirloom, open-pollinated and non-GMO, grown in the USA. Have the added reassurance that not only can you enjoy the seeds this season, but you can preserve the seeds each year, adding food preservation to your home.
PACKETS - Each Broccoli Waltham 29 seed packet is printed on water-resistant paper, in full color, with growing and harvesting directions included. Each heirloom broccoli seeds packet includes at least one gram of seeds, approximately 330 seeds, more than most of our competitors!
Las semillas de brócoli para plantar son una gran reliquia, variedad de vegetales sin OMG: más de 330 semillas ideales para jardinería al aire libre en primavera, invierno y otoño
Days Until Maturity: 75-85
Planting Depth: 1/4"
Plant Spacing: 12" - 15"
Days to Germination: 7-14
Start Indoors: 3-4 Weeks Before Last Frost
Sun or Shade: Full Sun
Weight: Approx. 1g
USDA Hardiness Zones: 3-10
Soil PH: Slightly Alkaline, Neutral, or Slightly Acidic
Plant Height: Approx. 27"
When to Plant: February to October
When to Harvest: May to November
Moisture Needs: Regular Watering
Waltham 29x1 Broccoli seeds are a preference among gardeners for a good reason. This is a productive variety that produces heave, dark green heads of broccoli packed full of nutrients. When you pick broccoli, you can leave the side shoots, and they will provide more broccoli spears for you. This type is dark green (sometimes with a slight blue hue) and has the most heavenly flavor. This broccoli will enjoy the cool seasons of spring and fall and can be planted for both your fall and spring gardens.
Make sure to start your broccoli plants 3-4 weeks inside before you want to transplant outdoors for best results. Most zones don't have a long enough growing season to sow directly outside.
To harvest, cut the stalk at a diagonal slant. Leave side shoots so that you can get another crop.