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Burbank Broccoli

In this Plant Profile, get specific details, including the characteristics and best uses of Burbank broccoli, one of six Plant Profiles featured in our Broccoli Collection.

Burbank Broccoli

Burbank Broccoli


White broccoli? Yes indeed. This sprouting broccoli offers high yields and vigorous plants with creamy white heads. But, to enjoy Burbank broccoli you have to be patient. This variety should be sown in the spring for harvest 220 days later—in February and March. Yet how wonderful to be harvesting broccoli from your garden in late winter?

Sun exposure:

  • Full sun (six to eight hours)

Soil pH:

  • 6.5 to 7.5

Hardiness Zones:

  • 2 to 10

Spacing:

  • Thin to 18 inches apart
  • Space rows 36 inches apart

Moisture:

  • 1 to 1.5 inches per week depending on rainfall

Notes:

  • Succulent white spears
  • Grows to 35 inches high
  • Matures in 220 days
  • Sow in late spring for February/March harvest

Have you ever grown Burbank broccoli? Please tell us your favorite thing about it and your experiences growing Burbank broccoli.

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