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Looking for 9-Star Perennial Broccoli seeds in Canada  RSS feed

 
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I'm wondering if anyone knows of a source for 9-Star Perennial Broccoli seeds in Canada. The only places I can find them online are in the UK, and they don't ship them to Canada. Anybody have a source?

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Tracy,

Territorial seed imports some caulifower/broccoli seeds that I believe is related to 9-star.  If you trialed  some of their overwintering cauliflower/broccoli seeds you could probably sellect for perrenial and other favorable traits.
http://www.territorialseed.com/category/colecrop_cauliflower_seed

http://www.territorialseed.com/category/colecrop_broccoli_seed
 
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Excellent idea, David! I'll just make my own. Thanks!
 
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