How To Grow Hydroponic Broccoli

Broccoli can be a tad tricky to grow hydroponically, like its cousins kale, spinach, peas and Brussels sprouts it is a cold weather crop that does not fare well in higher temperatures. Following germination, the temperature should be 50 – 60°F. maximum. The broccoli will still grow at higher temperatures, but sadly you’ll discover that … Read more

How to Plant and Grow Romanesco Broccoli

Top down view of a head of romanesco broccoli growing in the garden.

Brassica romanesco is the scientific name of this visually enthralling tasty member of the Brassica family. It is most commonly called romanesco and is closely related to broccoli and cauliflower. It produces spiraling light green heads that contain smaller florets that grow in a circular pattern around the central head – its unique growth pattern combined with its … Read more

Brokali Apollo Hybrid: Plant Profile and Growing Tips

Close up of Brokali Apollo growing in garden.

Brokali, Pronounced Bro Kale ee, is a cross between Broccoli and kale, to be more specific Calabrese broccoli and kailaan, a type of Chinese kale. The end result of this plant breeding is a cruciferious vegetable with a mildly sweet taste and tender texture. Brokali produces edible stems and flower buds, similar to broccoli florets, … Read more