The name originates from the city of Brussels, Belguim where it has long been popular, and may have originated from. Brussels sprouts are an annual cool season crop, hardy to frosts and light freezes. Brussels sprouts have shallow roots, so as they become top heavy, you may need to stake them, particularly if exposed to strong winds. As with other brassicas, Brussels Sprouts are susceptible to pests and diseases that must be kept under control early in the season. As with other brassicas, composting roots should be avoided. Brussels Sprouts should not be grown within a 10 foot radius of any brassica growing location within the last 3 years, preferably 7 years. Brussels Sprouts are high in calcium and iron, as well as a good source of vitamins A and C. Brussels sprouts are a cool-season vegetable, and should not be grown where the summers are long, hot and dry.
• Sun: Full Sun
• Height: 24 inches
• Days to Maturity: 90 days
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The name originates from the city of Brussels, Belguim where it has long been popular.
Brussels sprouts are an annual cool season crop.
Great Flavor,Tiny Cabbages can be eaten raw or you can boil, steam roast or sautee them
Brussel Sprouts are loaded with nutrients and are rich in protein, dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants
Variety is vigorous and easy to grow for a diverse climate.