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Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts, the little cabbage shoots that grow on the stalk of the plant, are a great fall vegetable.  They are one of the more difficult vegetables to grow, and require well fertilized soil and a long season to produce.  

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  • Brassica Buddies Mix

    When we were looking to plant a lot of cabbage, we raided the seeds and mixed up everything we knew would help deter cabbage moths.  And it did!  I like to plant rows of my brassicas (cabbage family), and then scatter the Brassica Buddies Mix...

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  • Catskill Brussels Sprouts

    85-110 day.  Introduced in 1941, Catskill produces good yields of large, dark green sprouts. It’s a good choice for freezing as well as fresh eating.   Minimum of 100 seeds per packet.   PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS: Planting Depth:...

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  • Evesham Special Brussels Sprouts

    One of the earlier varieties, Evesham Special produces good yields of delicious sprouts.  This is a smaller variety, with shorter plants that do well in exposed areas.  A great traditional English Brussels Sprout.   Minimum of 100 seeds...

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  • Falstaff Brussels Sprouts

    90 days.  A beautiful purple brussels sprout, it stays purple even when cooked!  It has a mild, slightly nutty flavor.  This long season brussels sprout is difficult to bring to maturity.  Not for beginning gardeners.   Minimum...

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  • Long Island Improved Brussels Sprouts

    100 day.  Dating back to the 1890's, Long Island Improved is one of the most popular varieties of Brussels Sprouts.  Home grown Brussels Sprouts don't compare to commercial sprouts, tender, sweet and mild, rather than harsh and strongly...

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