Can you eat broccoli after the flowers bloom?
I thought it was still growing and now there are tiny flowers on it...
I have and it didn't kill me I grew broccoli from my own garden and waited a bit too long to pick it. Some were closed still but some were open. I cooked it up and ate it and did not get sick.
Yes, but you want to harvest them before the florets break bud. The time to do this is just when the heads begin to loosen a bit. When the yellow flowers open, the plant is producing seeds. At this point the stalks can become woody and somewhat bitter, but they won't hurt you
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