Brassica oleracea Cymosa Group (Common names)

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Brassica oleracea Cymosa Group

Brassica oleracea Groupe Cymosa

See also:

Brassica oleracea (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Acephala Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Alboglabra Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Botrytis Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Capitata Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Costata Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Gemmifera Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Gongylodes Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Medullosa Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Palmifolia Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Pyramidalis Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Ramosa Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Rubra Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Sabauda Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Sabellica Group (Common names)

Brassica oleracea Selenisia Group (Common names)

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Names in common use

  • English: broccoli; calabrese1; sprouting broccoli; Cape broccoli2
  • German: Brokkoli, Spargelkohl; Broccoletti (CH), Broccoli (Au)
  • Dutch: broccoli; brokelie (B)
  • Swedish: broccoli, sparriskål
  • Danish: broccoli, aspargeskål
  • Norwegian: aspargeskål, broccoli
  • Icelandic:

  • French: brocoli; brocoli à jets, brocoli branchu3; brocoletti, chou-asperge (CH)
  • Italian: broccolo, cavolo broccolo, cavolbroccolo (pl. cavoli broccoli, cavolbroccoli); brocoletti (CH) / broccoli, broccoletti
  • Spanish: brécol, bróculi; brócoli espárrago, brocolata; brócoli calabrés (Arg)
  • Catalan: bróquil, col-i-bróquil
  • Portuguese: couve-bróculo, bróculo; brócolo (Br)
  • Romanian: brocoli

  • Russian: брокколи, спаржевая капуста - brokkoli, sparževaja kapusta
  • Polish: brokuł, brokuł włoski
  • Czech: prokolice
  • Slovak:
  • Bulgarian: броколи - brokoli
  • Croatian: kaulin, kavulin
  • Serb:
  • Slovenian: kavolin; brokola, broccoli

  • Latvian:
  • Lithuanian:
  • Albanian: brokoli
  • Greek: μπρόκολο, μπρόκολο παραπούλι / παραπούλια (pl.) - brokolo, brokolo parapouli / parapoulia
  • Turkish: brokkoli, broccoli, cibes
  • Maltese:
  • Hungarian: brokkoli, spárgakel
  • Finnish: parsakaali
  • Estonian:

Sources and commentaries

Broccolis form a very diverse group. Most of them are grown and used only locally, particularly in Italy and at a least extent in France.

(1) Designates only the headed dark green form bred in the USA.

(2) Designates a branching form with purple flowers.

(3) Designates only branched forms.

  • French
    • The sprouts of all kinds of cabbages (particularly fodder kales) have been used in the past in France, under such local names as brocolis, piochons (Touraine), broutes (South-West), brondons, cimettes or tendrons. In Belgium, they were called chou à jets, chou blond à couper, chou à beurre.
    • Nowadays, a commercial product of Ramosa Group is sold as 'brocoli-feuilles' at the beginning of winter (when there is no inflorescence), and it becomes 'brocoli' when it has an inflorescence in the middle. MC
  • English
    • In the United States, new cultivars of sprouting broccoli, bred through hybridization with kai lan, are being promoted under trademarks, such as Bimi, Tendergreen and Broccolini.
  • Greek
    • Sprouts are called τσιμούλια, τσιμπούλια - tsimoulia, tsiboulia in Crete.
  • Portuguese
    • Sprouts are called hortos.