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Broccoli

Broccoli

Atlantis F1

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Atlantis F1 is a very fine broccoli variety, perfect for growing in the home garden. Broccoli is a nutrient-rich vegetable and is preferably grown in spring or autumn.


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Atlantis F1 is a very fine and reliable broccoli variety. It has relatively short stalks and small, wonderful green florets. This is a long-lasting variety that is great for growing in the home garden. Broccoli is a very nutrient-rich vegetable that even has been dubbed the “crown jewel of nutrition”. Broccoli is rich in fibre as well as protein and it is a good source of vitamin A, potassium, folic acid, iron, magnesium, amongst others. It can be enjoyed in many ways; in soups or with pasta, steamed, fried, stir-fried, and much more.

This sun-loving vegetable is a cool-season crop that is best grown in spring or autumn. 

Broccoli is easy to grow as long as you follow some simple cultivation tips. It prefers loamy, humus-rich and well-drained soils, but lighter soils also work. It needs to be watered in dry periods. As warmer temperatures inhibit its growth, it is best grown in spring or autumn. Later in the season, when the main heads have been harvested, small lateral shoots will keep growing which also can be harvested.

Latin name
Brassica oleracea
Sowing
Pre-cultivation and direct sown
Germination
March - May
Direct seed
March - May
Harvest time
July - September
Development time
120
Life span
1 year

The Atlantis F1 broccoli can be direct-sown when soil temperature is minimum 5°C, but it is recommended to use starting seeds.

Pre-cultivate your Atlantis F1 broccoli 4-6 weeks before replanting outdoors. Sow sparsely on damp seed compost and cover lightly with compost. Keep moist and place in a warm area, at a temperature of +22°C. Once the shoots appear, place them in a bright, cooler area. When plants can be handled, transplant 1 per pot of fertilised soil.

Plant spacing
50,00 cm
Row spacing
60,00 cm
Sowing depth
1,00 cm
Plant placement
Sun