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Brussel Sprouts

Brussel Sprouts

Brussels sprouts, Brassica oleracea, are sometimes referred to as mini cabbages. They are a great source of protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Brussels Sprouts are easy to grow, take up little space and are falvorful raw or cooked. Most varieties can be frozen for long storage. Brussel sprouts can be grown in both spring and fall but give best results during a fall harvest.
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The Churchill Brussels sprout is a fast growing Brussels sprout that is earliest to mature! Churchill is an early maturing Brussels sprout that produces medium green, smooth, large heads. Sprouts are flavorful, nutritious and rich. This variety is easy to grow and does well throughout the United States. Good for fresh eating and freezing for longer storage

The Long Island is a compact Brussels sprout with heavy yields! This is a workhorse variety that produces very flavorful sprouts. This compact, 24" tall plant yields 75-100 dark green, 1-2" sprouts over a long period. Don't overlook this popular vegetable for your garden. First introduced in the 1890's. This variety is a great freezing variety for long storage. Dependable yield. Great for small gardens.

The Catskill Brussels sprout produces numerous heads with strong stalks! Delicious flavor, extra large sprouts that grow up to 2" round with medium green color.  Catskill has large yields on strong stalks (24" tall) that make it easy to pick. First introduced in 1941 by Arthur White, this heirloom is great fresh eating or freezing. Brussels sprouts are best grown for fall harvest due to cold weather giving sprouts more flavor.

Gustus Brussels sprout is a newer variety with great taste and high yields! An excellent variety for home gardens and markets. Gustus is an early maturing with mid-green, firm buttons that are evenly spaced on the stalk. A high yielding sprout that grows 24" tall. Sprouts weight 6 oz. with a smooth texture and cabbage-like flavor.