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Broccoli Raab Seeds

Broccoli Raab seeds sprout into leafy green vegetables also known as rapini. These nutritious vegetables have a nutty, bitter flavor. They grow fast, thriving in full to partial sunlight and a fertile soil base. Broccoli Raab is cultivated as an annual plant in most areas. The entire plant is usable in different dishes, most prominently in Asian and Italian cuisines.
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Survival Garden Seeds offers broccoli raab seeds, ideal for gardeners who wish to cultivate a nutritious vegetable. Our non-GMO seeds are selected for their excellent germination rates and growth characteristics.

Growing Broccoli Raab Seeds in Your Garden

  • Nutty, bitter flavored green veg
  • Fast-growing and reliable
  • Heirloom, non-GMO seeds
  • Cool-season crop


Raab Broccoli is an elegant alternative to common broccoli. It produces elegant florets (flower buds) on tender stems. Its leaves, stalk, and florets are rich in vitamins, potassium, and calcium. Broccoli raab's bitter, mustard flavor complements a wide variety of dishes, including pasta and stir-fries. Adaptable to many different climates, it is suitable for cultivation in USDA hardiness zones 2 to 11.


To cultivate this plant well, sow broccoli raab seeds in early spring outdoors or indoors 3-4 weeks earlier. To get a fall harvest, plant them in late summer. Plant seeds 1/4 inch deep in the soil, and space plants 6 inches apart. Broccoli Raab plant grows fast. It can be ready for harvest sometimes in as little as 40 to 60 days.


Broccoli Raab is relatively easy to maintain. Regular watering is required, to maintain consistent soil moisture for steady growth and flavorful vegetables. The plant prefers cool weather and can bolt in hot conditions. Harvest before the flowers fully open to get the best taste. Harvest the shoots when they are around 8 inches tall. Cut them just above a leaf node, to encourage more production. Regular harvesting extends the plant's productivity. It ensures multiple crops from a single planting.

Growing broccoli raab at home offers a quick, tasty vegetable. It is a good way to add nutrition to your everyday meals. Its easy cultivation with robust flavor makes broccoli raab a favored choice.

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