Learn how to plant broccoli at home and enjoy fresh florets for your favorite side dishes. These veggies love cool weather and are ideal for growing as a mid-summer or fall crop. Spread mulch to stop weeds and use row covers to prevent garden pests. #howto #planting #broccoli
Broccoli is a vegetable grown for its immature flower heads. Most varieties are harvested when the small buds are still tightly closed. However, if you wait too long to harvest, plant root-bound seedlings, or your garden experiences environmental conditions that affect plant growth, you’ll end up with a broccoli flower. Check out our article to learn more about what causes broccoli plants to flower and get garening tips on what you can do to prevent it from happening.