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Beetroot
Beta vulgaris
Sow beetroot spring to autumn, in mild areas all year round is possible. Sow directly where it is to grow, 12 mm deep in rows 30 cm apart. Keep the soil moist. Thin out to 10 cm apart, each seed yields multiple plants, so thinnings can be transplanted or used as 'baby' salad greens. Beetroot is a heavy feeder, prepare the soil by adding compost or organic fertiliser, pH should be neutral to slightly alkaline. Start harvesting when still 'baby beet' size, older roots can get woody. The leafy tops are useful as cooked greens.


Beetroot 'Bulls Blood'
This beautiful beetroot has deep reddish-purple metallic leaves! The young leaves are delicious and very popular in salad mixes. Beets are good too, especially harvested as baby beets. The beetroots are dark red with pretty pink rings inside.
SB144approx. 100 seeds
SB145
SB263


Beetroot seed can be grown as a nutritious and decorative microgreen.

Information on Growing Microgreens
Beetroot 'Chioggia'
Traditional Italian gourmet beet, with attractive rosy pink skin outside, inside has striking rings of red and white. Pickle and slice thinly or use raw. Use the tops in salads.
SB114approx. 100 seeds
SB115
SB310
Beetroot 'Cylindrica'
Syn. 'Cylindra; far the easiest beetroot to peel and slice. An heirloom variety with a long, deep, dark red, cylindrical root that retains sweetness even when mature. It grows to 15 - 20cm in length and up to 5cm wide. Tops are delicious steamed. Days to harvest: 60 days full-size, but you can start harvesting when still 'baby beet' size.
SB300approx. 100 seeds
SB301
SB312UT
Beetroot 'Detroit'
High yielding globe-shaped deep crimson root with smooth skin, tops useful as greens, attractive dark green foliage with red veins. Eat raw, steamed or as soup; excellent flavour.
SB116approx. 100 seeds
SB117
SB302
SB341UT
Beetroot 'Golden Detroit'
Heirloom golden yellow beet inside and out with light green, yellow veined tops. Both the roots and the tops are sweet and tender with a milder flavour than red beetroot and they do not bleed when cut. The young leaves are excellent as a microgreen and in salad mix.
SB173approx. 100 seeds
SB174
Beetroot 'Touchstone Gold'
'Touchstone Gold' is a beetroot with green leaves, golden yellow flesh and reddish orange skin. The roots are smooth and round. Both the roots and the tops are sweet and tender with a milder flavour than red beetroot and they do not bleed when cut. The young leaves are excellent as a microgreen and in salad mix.
SB235approx. 100 seeds
Beet - Sugar UT
Beta vulgaris var altissima
This is a heritage vegetable, grown commercially since the 18th century in Poland. It is a type of beetroot, with large, 1-2 kg, off-white roots. The leaves and roots can both be eaten but usually the roots are grown for sugar production. It is useful for sweetening preserves by putting a few slices in the bottle, in making homemade wine and as animal fodder.
SB211approx. 100 seeds
SB212
Broccoli
Brassica oleracea var. italica
Broccoli is an annual cool season crop and frost hardy. It is vigorous and easy to grow in full sun but dislikes shade. Seed germinates best at 18 - 23C soil temperature and takes 5 - 10 days. Sow 6 mm deep into a seed tray or seedbed and transplant seedlings deeper, first removing the seed leaves and planting up to the 1st set of true leaves, this stabilizes the plant and speeds its maturity. Space plants 40 cm apart with rows 60 cm apart. Broccoli likes a rich, well-drained soil with a pH 6.5 - 7.2. It is a heavy feeder, prepare the soil by adding compost. Keep soil moist; add organic fertiliser early and mid-season. Harvest while heads are still tight and dark green for the best flavour.
Sow When:
Temperate areas: from late December - May; in very cold areas sow in early spring and again from October - February.
Subtropical areas: Late autumn to early winter; hybrids will perform better. In Brisbane and further north seedlings should be transplanted after March, as March is the worst month for caterpillars.
Tropical areas: Unlikely to produce well.

Broccoli seed for sprouting
Broccoli 'Belstar' H
Belstar is a widely adapted hybrid broccoli producing a tender, tight, beautiful blue-green, 13 - 15 cm wide, domed head. It continues producing side shoots for several weeks after harvesting the main head. It is cold, heat, disease and stress tolerant. It is suitable for growing in Qld during winter. This is an F1 hybrid so is not suitable for seed saving.
SB226approx. 30 seeds
SB245
Broccoli 'Di Ciccio'
'Di Ciccio' is a reliable, open-pollinated, Italian variety first introduced in 1890. The central blue-green head is 7 - 10 cm wide with an extended harvest of side shoots produced once the central head is harvested. It has an excellent flavour; good for steaming, stir-fries and for freezing. Days to harvest: 50-60; harvest while heads are still tight and dark green.
SB241approx. 150 seeds
SB242
SB243
Broccoli 'Green Sprouting Calabrese'
Heirloom Italian variety producing tender, mild tasting, deep blue-green central heads, continues producing side shoots for several weeks after harvesting the main shoot. Seed is suitable for sprouting.
SB121approx. 150 seeds
SB122
SB123
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Broccoli Raab 'Spring Rapini'
Broccoli Raab is a traditional Italian vegetable grown for its tender stems, leaves and tiny button-sized heads. It has a mildly pungent, spicy flavour and is very nutritious. Best planted as a cool season crop in warmer areas; sow spring in cold areas.
SB164approx. 150 seeds
SB165
SB166
Broccoli 'Romanesco' UT
Romanesco broccoli is an Italian heirloom regarded as one of the world's most visually attractive vegetables. The lime green head illustrates a fractal pattern, with spiral conical florets within a larger spiral. It can be eaten raw or lightly cooked, and has a nutty, slightly spicy broccoli flavour. Romanesco is a cool season crop; sow Jan-March to mature during winter.
SB175approx. 150 seeds
SB176
SB177
Brussels Sprouts
Brassica oleracea Gemmifera Group
The quality and colour of sprouts is improved by frost and they have a long growing season of 8 to 9 months, so they are more suitable for cooler areas. Steam lightly to retain colour when cooked. Sow seed in time for transplanting in mid summer in cooler areas and for transplanting late January-February in warmer areas. Always harvest sprouts from the bottom before they begin to open; stripping the leaves off just above and below the young sprout will help it to develop, as will pinching out the top once the plant is fully developed.
Brussels Sprouts 'Long Island Improved' UT
'Long Island Improved' produces firm, dark green sprouts with a good flavour.
SB227approx. 150 seeds
SB228
SB264
Burdock - Japanese 'Takinogawa Long' UT
Arctium lappa
Japanese Burdock syn. Gobo is a hardy, biennial herb growing to 1.5 - 2 m high. It has broad, heart-shaped leaves and purple flowers. Its slender roots, brown-skinned with white flesh, grow to 60 cm long. Young leaves can be used in salad or cooked like spinach; young roots can be peeled and sliced in salads. Older roots are stir-fried or cooked like parsnips. Roots can also be pickled. Burdock has been valued in Japan for centuries for its medicinal properties. Sow in spring or autumn, direct where it is going to grow, in deeply-dug ground. Harvest from spring plantings in 3 to 5 months. Prevent the plants flowering and setting seed to avoid weediness.
SB201approx. 15 seeds
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