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Post  has55 11/21/2018, 1:59 am

sanderson wrote:How does it taste compared to broccoli?  It is such a pretty plant.
I like broccoli, but I can't recall the taste. I only had 2 plants each time I grew it.
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Post  has55 11/21/2018, 2:07 am

Scorpio Rising wrote:
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Scorpio Rising wrote:So, I really really want to grow this...should I start it indoors and transplant out when I put in radishes?  Or chard?  Or direct seed?
In the past, I did the transplants and planted directly in the gound in the greenhouse.
I am not sure of timing.  What else would you put in when you plant it, Has?
It goes in with my large cold weather plants like cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, etc.. I did not plant any broccoli this year, but various types of cauliflower in my beds outside the greenhouse because they get so big in size or rather their leaves spread out taking up space.
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Post  sanderson 11/21/2018, 4:14 pm

I'm better it tastes more like cauliflower than broccoli. Thanks

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Post  Scorpio Rising 11/21/2018, 7:42 pm

sanderson wrote:I'm better it tastes more like cauliflower than broccoli.  Thanks
I would think it would be more mild than broc....it is so pretty!  And I don’t seem to be able to grow broccoli!!!!
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Post  Scorpio Rising 11/21/2018, 7:44 pm

has55 wrote:
Scorpio Rising wrote:
has55 wrote:
Scorpio Rising wrote:So, I really really want to grow this...should I start it indoors and transplant out when I put in radishes?  Or chard?  Or direct seed?
In the past, I did the transplants and planted directly in the gound in the greenhouse.
I am not sure of timing.  What else would you put in when you plant it, Has?
It goes in with my large cold weather plants like cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, etc.. I did not plant any broccoli this year, but various types of cauliflower in my beds outside the greenhouse because they get so big in size or rather their leaves spread out taking up space.
Helpful, thanks, Has...I will put it in early, I did not time it well.  All it did was grow great big leaves....
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