Save OuR Seeds!

Broccolini is up there with the most versatile of winter crops. You can eat the leaves (raw in salads or cooked), florets and flowers. When it’s time to pull the plug, you’ll be left with plenty of seeds to repeat the cycle next season.
To Save Your Broccolini Seeds: Snip off the seed pods in bunches and hang or place on dry vase to dry. Once the pods are completely brown and died up, removing the seeds becomes very easy. Store those in a sealed container or plant right away.

Eat It: Fresh Pasta with Broccoli (subbing in broccolini florets and leaves)