Sprouting broccoli is all the rage lately, So I began growing this variety a couple of years ago. What is really nice is that it produces little florets all over the plant and the leaves and stems are juicy and tender, too. Great just steamed or very lightly grilled. Since so much of the plant is tender and edible, the food yield per plant is high, and they will continue to produce new florets over a long time period. Although more heat tolerant than many other broccoli, it likes cool weather and is best grown in fall and spring, or winter in the south.