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Brassica

Brassica crops are known for their late cropping, and so, help us through winter. They grow slowly and prefer rich and heavy soils. That way, you get a compact cabbage that is also easy to store. This goes for all head brassica, Brussels sprouts, and white and red cabbages. We offer a diverse range of brassica crops. We offer seeds of well-known crops like cauliflower, curly kale, and broccoli, but also a number of lesser-known crops like Tuscan cabbage. Have a look at our wide range of brassica seeds and place your order online!


Bloemkool Alpha 7
Cauliflower Alpha is slightly difficult to grow, but it is very tasty! This variety produces big, firm, white heads. For optimal white crops you should cover the crop against coloring.
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Bloemkool Bermeo F1
Cauliflower 'Bermeo F1' is suitable for early summer cultivation. This cauliflower has a flattened, round head and good firmness. Leaves are reasonably self-covering.
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Bloemkool ‘Flora Blanca’
Cauliflower Flora Blanca is an old Dutch variety. It is one of the few varieties that do not produce a yellowish head, but a beautiful white one. Flora Blanca is most suited for autumn cultivation as this is easier compared to cultivation in summers.
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Bloemkool Liria F1
Cauliflower 'Liria F1' is suitable for early autumn cultivation. Good self-covering which keeps the head nice and white. A strong crop.
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Boerenkool Darkibor F1 – Brassica oleracea
Curly kale ‘Darkibor F1’ is a high-yielding variety with dark green, strongly curled leaves that are highly resilient to yellowing.
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Boerenkool Redbor F1 – Brassica oleracea
Curly kale ‘Redbor F1’ is super healthy! This highly productive variety is also easy to harvest.
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Boerenkool Roter Grünkohl
Curly Kale 'Roter Grünkohl' has beautiful purplish-red leaves. The colder the nights, the more purple the leaves become. This is a late variety that can easily tolerate frost.
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Boerenkool Westlandse Winter
This curly kale variety Westlandse Winter is a middle-high kale with green to dark green leaves. Growing this kale is easy. It can remain on the field during winter and obtains a sweeter taste when there was frost.
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Broccoli ‘Belstar F1’
Broccoli 'Belstar F1' is suitable for growing in summer and autumn. These are compact, very productive plants. 'Belstar' is resilient to secondary growth and matures earlier than most varieties.
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Broccoli Groene Calabrese
The broccoli Green Calabrese is closely related to cauliflower, although the leaves are more narrow and waved. Both the head, side shoots and sprouts can be eaten.
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Koolrabi Delikatess Blauwe
Kohlrabi Delicatesse Blue gives nice blue purple tubers with white fruit flesh. Kohlrabi is a fast growing crop with a lovely taste and can be eaten both cooked as raw (in crudités).
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Koolrabi Delikatess witte
Kohlrabi Delicatesse White gives nice light green tubers with white fruit flesh. Kohlrabi is a fast growing crop with a lovely taste and can be eaten both cooked as raw (in crudités).
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