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20 Comments

  • Jackie Horsley 1 year ago

    wow I can,t beleave how big that broccoli got what did you do to grow such a big one I grow some this past spring and thay turned out to be about the size of a egg

  • Rainbow Gardens 1 year ago

    Thank you ! He is 6'1 and 200 pounds now! I guess he got that big from eating so much broccoli! 🙂

  • Donna Noble 1 year ago

    Sweet boy! Hope he still likes his broccoli.

  • SanativeRevolution 1 year ago

    Lol. 😉

  • Rainbow Gardens 1 year ago

    Cutco is the best! :))))

  • SanativeRevolution 1 year ago

    Love the Cutco Spatula Spreader!!

  • Julian 1 year ago

    Good job Tony!

  • Gardening With Puppies 1 year ago

    Good job, Tommy.

  • narpup 1 year ago

    wait did he say before you cut is wait there is some more

  • Skaggydog 1 year ago

    I lived in Boron Ca, when I was Tommy's age. Most of the boron in the world comes from there. Boron has a broccoli deficiency, it don't grow there.

  • Rainbow Gardens 1 year ago

    @vida130 New shoots will grow from the sides, but not from the top, 🙂

  • vida130 1 year ago

    I am new to gardening so this may be a silly question. When you harvested the heat of broccoli will a new heed now start to grow in its place?

  • jeffershome 1 year ago

    What a sweet little guy!!

  • alz123alz 1 year ago

    Brocolliis good for preventing prostate cancer. Good for treating prostate cancer

  • jeanieperkins 1 year ago

    Awesome and informative!!! Thanks, Tommy and Donna!

  • marcoze 1 year ago

    wow thats one large head

    the leaves taste great too

  • koolmac68 1 year ago

    I plan on starting my gardens within the next few weeks and I can only hope its as beautiful as yours. Great job.

  • koolmac68 1 year ago

    I plan on starting my gardens within the next few weeks and I can only hope its as beautiful as yours. Great job.

  • gradplex 1 year ago

    Holy moly, that's a HUGE broccoli. Tommy was right – it's a monster!

  • Bill Millard 1 year ago

    I think that's great that you incorporate children into your gardening. Will give them appreciation for gardening when they get older and more than likely will become gardeners themselves!