Brussel Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts

(B. oleracea) Old World cabbage relatives that are grown for succulent flower heads or buds. Needs rich soil, abundant moisture, and cool weather. Best grown as a fall crop, except where summers are very cool. When the plants reach full size, they send up a central stalk, which yields the “sprouts.” These are harvested whenever they have reached a good size, but before they begin to split or open. A mild frost at this stage improves the flavor, making a sweeter “sprout.”

Catskill Brussels Sprouts

Catskill Brussels Sprouts BS103

100 days. Hardy, dwarf plants produce tasty, uniform sprouts. Developed... Read More
Long Island Improved Brussels Sprouts

Long Island Improved Brussels Sprouts BS101

100 days. The standard open-pollinated variety since the 1890’s. Heavy... Read More
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