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Coronado Crown Hybrid Broccoli
Highest-Quality Heads; Grow Anywhere!
(5 customer reviews)
Harvest big, beautiful “crowns” in the North or South. Solidly packed, dome-shaped heads and tender, nonfibrous stems are super fresh or frozen. Heat-tolerant plants produce plenty of side shoots. 58 DAYS.
Seed Counts: 1/8 oz. of broccoli seeds contains about 850 seeds and sows a 50-ft. row.
This item ships at the proper planting time for your region in both spring and fall.
If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
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- Wednesday, January 04, 2012
Reviewed By: Patricia (Hudson, MA)
I tried all types of broccoli for 4 years. Finally, I tried the Coronado broccoli. This is my 3rd year growing it and it is the only type I can rely on to grow big! Thank you Gurneys for letting customers review your products.
- Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Reviewed By: Brice (Cheyenne, Wyoming)
I was very pleased. This was the first time I had ever planted broccoli. We had a very wet cold snap at the first of the growing season, which put them behind about a month. But i was very pleased how well they still produced even with the late start. Not only did I get alot of big heads, they tasted amazing!
- Monday, October 20, 2008
Easy to Grow
Reviewed By: Sara (Central, Iowa)
I put these seeds in the ground in early May and then forgot I put them there. I planted a bunch of stuff in the same plot and these grew up and crowded everything else out they were so healthy. I had heard that broccoli was hard to grow so I was surprised that I didn't have to do anything for these to grow so big. The only thing was they had a lot of cabbage worms. I'm not sure if this is normal since I've never grown broccoli before, but the worms really grossed me out, even though they didn't seem to hurt the plants.
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