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    Packman Broccoli

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    • Eustacia Miliusis

      Broccoli Packman Hybrid in The Big Seed Book from Park Seed on, my personal digital mall.

    • Jennifer Griffith

      Broccoli Packman isn't playing around -- you'll get enormous yields of giant 8-inch heads from these vigorous plants, plus plenty of smaller heads from robust side-shoot production!

    • Laurel

      Park Seed Packman Hybrid Broccoli Seeds

    • Diana Jackson

      Packman Hybrid Broccoli Seeds

    • Seth Verhoff

      Broccoli Packman Hybrid

    • Nate Westheimer

      Packman Broccoli

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