An overwintering sprouting type which is also perennial in Zone 8. This endangered English variety forms small delicious dense multiple white florets in early spring. Plants can become quite large with multiple branches. Allow them to flower as the bees love the blossoms. Cut them back in late summer then mulch well for over winter. Can also grow in large containers. Sow in spring in colder locations or early summer for overwintering. Plant 1/4 inch deep in cells to transplant to the garden. Matures in 100 days. This is a smaller seed packet.